The last few years we have been the agency of record for Elsevier’s corporate sales and marketing teams.
Elsevier is a world-leading provider of information solutions that enhance the performance of science, health, and technology professionals. Between their many products, they have published thousands of journals and book titles.
We support Elsevier’s marketing and sales teams reach their over 30 million customers with various creative solutions and designs. Our work for Elsevier encompasses all manner of branded materials and interactive digital media.
An infographic can help break down complex information in a way that is easy to understand and pleasing to read.
For Elsevier, we have been creating a growing library of infographics—informing their audience on a plethora of chemistry-related topics. These infographics cover everything from the chemical compounds that cause a firefly to light up to why different beers taste the way they do. Our job is to take long documents of chemical compounds and scientific discoveries and turn them into a visual story.
Promotional video, for an online quiz that we conceptualized, filmed and edited.
We created this growing resource portal micro site, that houses many of Elsevier's Reaxys promotional material.
With a focus on Elsevier's academic demographic, a user can come to one location to find a broad range of articles, videos, assessments and much more. It provides a way to connect all of Elsevier's many content types, in one location.
Over the years, we have produced and designed a large range of print collateral for Elsevier. Ranging from Whitepapers, to factsheets, posters, and large format booth displays. Our goal each time is to deliver a design that is on time, immaculately produced and intelligently structured.
Our challenge was to create an online experience that would engage young engineering students and introduce them to Knovel, a powerful online engineering tool. Gamification was key, which proved to be very popular. Each year enrollment increased and participating universities were asked to supply content further deepening the relationship with the client base.