Whether you are marketing a simple product or a complicated one, a clear, concise explanation will help your prospects understand how your product can solve their problem. That’s where explainer videos come in. As a complement to a great sales deck that goes into more detail and can be customized, an explainer video provides a high-level overview of your value proposition. Having a video easily accessible to people browsing your site prevents your sales team from having to explain the basics, enabling them to dive deeper with interested potential customers.Read More
Linda Miller Nicholson is an internationally recognized pasta powerhouse, who’s made pasta art for the likes of Katy Perry and Harry Connick Jr., among many others. Her just launched book, Pasta, Pretty Please: A Vibrant Approach to Handmade Noodles, has been featured on the Today Show, Good Morning America and King 5’s Evening Magazine, to name just a few. This colorful dynamo also hosts a pasta show on The Food Network. She’s amazing, which is why we were honored when she turned to GA Creative for a logo for her brand, Salty Seattle.Read More
We’re thrilled to share that we won both Silver and Bronze awards for work conducted on behalf of optical product design software maker Zemax in the 2018 Summit Creative Award (SAC). Our team was awarded the Silver for a corporate video—the Zemax Virtual Prototyping Executive Overview—and a Bronze for the Zemax Website Redesign. According to award organizers, they had a record-setting 26 countries participate in this year’s competition, with more than 5,000 submissions.
“We love working with Zemax. They are truly engineering the future of optics with software that plays a central role in helping companies design innovative, optics-based products in industries like virtual reality, biomedical imaging, self-driving cars, space exploration, and consumer electronics,” said Julie Burke, Principal. “Receiving such notable recognition for two of the projects we’ve done for this incredible client is icing on the cake.”Read More