As of now, texting isn't teaching kids good communication habits. iCorrect sets out to change that.
the one show young ones 2015 — merit
creative conscience awards 2015 — finalist
This App Uses Kid’s Own Unintelligible Texts to Teach Them Grammar
Text Your Way to Better Spelling and Grammar
How Texting Can Actually Improve Your Writing Skills
App Restricts Outgoing Texts Containing Bad Grammar
Messaging Add-On Uses Kids’ Own Text Mistakes to Improve Their Literacy
iCorrect Teaches Better Spelling and Grammar via Text Message
We’ve all been there. Our dish is about to get topped off with Parmesan cheese when the waiter tells us to “just say when.”
For whatever reason, we say when before we actually mean it, and Kraft is tired of seeing us miss out.
Nearly 40,000 child marriages occur in developing countries every day, but they're not the kind you'd want to celebrate.
Introducing the Unwedding Registry by Amazon—the world's first wedding registry that denounces marriage instead of celebrating it.
young glory awards 2016 — silver
What do you get for the person who likes all your posts? The Merry Meter keeps track of your social media interactions, recommending the best Macy's gifts for your best online friends.
new york addy's 2015 — best of show
new york addy's 2015 — gold
The Last Drop Foundation's mission is to ensure beer completion. Our vision is a world in which no beer is abandoned.
If you eat wings and don’t get messy, you’re not eating them right. Aside from providing napkins during your meal and moist towelettes afterwards, most restaurants aren’t doing anything to make the wing-eating experience better. A few enhancements could make BWW the ultimate place to eat wings. Once you start eating them, you won’t want to stop – and now you won’t have to. It’s a wing thing.
Spotify Loop uses Google Cardboard to give music fans the festival experience they’re missing out on — whenever, wherever.
miami ad school top dog 2014
“Der Bund” is the daily newspaper of Switzerland’s capital, Bern. The paper’s key visual is a classic pair of glasses accompanied by a tagline that translates to: “For readers”. I was tasked with creating new, content-specific visuals retaining the glasses and adding suitable headlines.
The Ear-Protecting Glasses refer to a recent political debate about the noisy nightlife in downtown Bern. The headline reads: “Of Bern’s nightlife and other construction sites.”
The Painted Glasses mirror the work of Paul Klee (1879 – 1940), a painter, graphic designer, and a prominent figure in Bern. The headline reads: “Klee and other cultural dabs of color.”
The Muddy Glasses are, in my opinion, the most successful. The headline reads: “From YB (the local soccer team ‘Young Boys Bern’) match to the Gurten (a local mountain where a famous annual festival is held) mud.” The payoff is that the Swiss words for 'match' and 'mud' sound and are spelled nearly identical.
The following shots were taken with whatever I had in my hands. Some on a Rolleiflex film middle format camera (with a shutter that scared everyone within range), others on a twelve-pixel iPhone.
Tasked with visualizing the term “waiting,” my partner and I decided to build a glowing cocoon made of driftwood. We thought a cocoon would serve as the perfect symbol for waiting, and we chose driftwood because of the long journey behind it, and the way it’s warped by water over time.
For men, shopping at Victoria’s Secret is uncomfortable. To ease the process, Victoria’s Secret is giving men the opportunity to buy lingerie undercover, before they go under the covers.
Welcome to Victoria’s Secret Service.
This is my take on a music video for the song «Such Great Heights» by «The Postal Service».
I directed, shot, and edited the entire project.
I even got bagels for the entire crew, aka me.