How do you get skiers to drive hours past what they know to a mountain they’ve never heard of and can’t even pronounce? Send an open invitation to the entire city.
A lot of people are skeptical that a home robot could actually be useful. We leaned into that.
We’ve all gotten weird-close to our pets. Fortunately, sitters on Rover actually encourage you to get weird-specific with your pet care instructions. We had some real Rover customers share theirs.
To create the name and brand design for a new ski-in hotel at Schweitzer in Idaho, we kept one ski boot in the future and one in rough-and-tumble local lore.
Echo Studio delivers a 3D, immersive audio experience from one smart speaker. Here’s proof you can geek out about tech specs without putting people to sleep.
Explain Amazon’s auto-delivery service without being boring. BEEP BEEP. Produce a global campaign mid-pandemic with a not-huge budget. BEEP BEEP. Join forces with Amazon’s internal production team. BEEP FRICKIN’ BEEP.
We blended the beer-spilling thrills of NFL football with the business-boosting power of AI-driven analytics, without cheating either one of them.
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Immersive 3D sound from a single smart speaker is crazy. Producing a multi-city, multi-celebrity launch video in about a week is crazier.
The most challenging communications problem imaginable: convince hardcore, low-income smokers to quit. With advertising. The solution? Shut the hell up and listen.
That dark void you feel when your favorite show ends? It’s a thing. We gave it a name. And then showed America how to escape it. You’re welcome.
Amazon Fire TV was the first streaming media player to have voice search. Great. But not great enough to worm its way into our audience’s social feeds. Someone call Gary Busey.