San Mateo County just recently built a Pride Center that is the first of it’s kind in the Bay Area!
LOOK Agency was selected to be their Agency of Record for their new website because of our reputation in the D+I space.
The hottest video platform company in the next generation of TV asked LOOK to create their “Market Year in Review” completely in infographics. It was a creative challenge we love to take on — one that mixes both sides of the brain — data and design.
We started first by establishing a brand style for all of the companies core icons like “ viewer data, viewing time, plays, concurrency, devices, etc., in both color and design. If you don’t know what all these terms mean, you certainly will now that we created simple illustrative icons to represent each solution.
Anytime an agency has an opportunity to work with a client who is completely changing the game, you jump on it!
LOOK provided the creative for the Apigee world tour which is entitled “Adapt or Die.” The theme itself told us that this new client – a leading provider of API technology and services – was courageous, bold and not about to mince words. Passion is a word that is so overused but we struggle to avoid it because the Apigee team’s passion was so contagious, that bringing the theme to life for the tour gave us a “creative rush” that had the LOOK team almost giddy!
Here at LOOK we believe that a solid branding and marketing strategy is just as important for non-profits as it is their for-profit counterparts. Compelling messaging combined with memorable visuals can help a non-profit cut through the clutter to reach and retain potential donors. CORA, a local non-profit supporting survivors of domestic violence, approached LOOK to develop an elegant, contemporary brand that connected with donors and clients alike. We were thrilled to work with such passionate and thoughtful clients, and were glad that they were equally pleased with the outcome:
Millions of Americans are at great risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Santa Clara Valley Public Health Department needed an aggressive county-wide awareness campaign to spread the message that type 2 diabetes can be prevented.