MMG is a small company who thinks bigger than the size of their clients. Its small size in combination of the varied skill sets of each individual in the group makes for an incredibly nimble and successful team. We felt that the rest of the web needed to know this.
"mike" never exceeds past the "media group" and the media group reaches much farther than mike ever can by itself.
The old color scheme wasn't working well enough to add excitement and show diversity and we wanted to show that and also we wanted it to be more friendly and inviting and I think the color bars are doing a good job of doing just that.
The colors were chosen to communicate the agile, speedy and bright essence of Mike Media Group. It is intended to be smart, friendly, relevant and up to date with what's expected in today's standards.
The creation of the color scheme stems from the cyan. This is the star of the show everything else should come second. This should be the go to color and starting point for MMG.
Pictures are worth 1000 words
Using photos shows off the newly converted space and sets up the atmosphere, here are the select few that were taken.
Designing from the ground up made more sense instead of just rearranging the layout of the original site. The logo received a much needed update and the color bars gave the design an extra push. Increasing the white space of the site provided a more professional look. Ambiance photography sets up the mood for not only the site but also the studio for clients who may want to stop in.
Take a responsive website and successfully display it across four major browsers and then display it across multiple e-mail clients inside those four browsers as well as their mobile versions then multiply that by the number of desktop e-mail clients. That's what creating a responsive e-mail is like.View Project
These seasonal Upromise print ads were created for Sears and Kmart following their campaign guidelines.
There is always room for print. Here are some poster work that still have a place in my heart.