Our finish to 2015 was as exciting as non-stick glitter
We had a fantastic year here at AWP and wrapped up some of our busiest projects just in time to ring in the New Year. Here’s the lowdown on what kept us busy during November-December and a peek at some of our first projects for 2016.
A 2k15 Grand Finale
· We’ve finished our project for Cornell Computing & Information Sciences, and we’re pretty darn pleased with how it turned out. We proudly created a website and identity that fit within Cornell’s brand landscape, and you can read all about that process in this awesome case study James wrote.
· We also launched the newly redesigned website for our pals, Family Reading Partnership. (Warning: Website comes with adorable photos of small children getting their storytelling on, courtesy of local photographer Dede Hatch.)
· The data collection app for the Northeast Pollinator Partnership is all ready and set to go, and will be used to gather information with from apple farmers in the region.
If you’re not an apple grower, you can still enjoy some buzzworthy bzziness from NEPP. In December, Christopher, Bryan and James traveled to an orchard upstate to interview the head apple grower on his bee pollination practices (spoiler alert: he only uses native bee species, and the results are fantastic crops every year). We’ll be releasing that interview for your viewing pleasure soon.
Hit the ground running
· We helped Spider Holster end 2015 on a sweet note. Our Black Friday campaign netted over $40K in sales on their website that weekend. We cheered and ate tart in celebration. Now we’re helping them ring in the New Year in style with a kickstarter campaign for an exciting new product unveil that is coming together soon.
· Be on the look out for some extra beautification coming to the Childhood Development Council website. We’re starting a redesign this week that we look forward to unveiling soon.
· Get your hiking boots ready to go because we’re working on a top-secret project for the Finger Lakes Land Trust. More teasers coming this Spring, more details coming this Summer.
Aerosmith don’t want to miss a thing…
Imagination station type of creation
How we spent our holly jolly holidays
Gennie visited Montreal for her birthday and then booked a ticket for a trip to Europe, making her the greatest world traveller since Nina, who played with puppies this holiday season. the Internet killed Christopher’s Rdio and now he needs your help in choosing between Spotify or Apple Music (which you can do by tweeting @christopharii), Megan went back to L.A. for a Tour de Tacos, James sold his car but saved the date (to his wedding, of course!), and Bryan experienced a Winterless Wonderland in Maine.