Thirty-two industry judges bestowed top prize on D/C in the non-profit category of the 10th annual Pixel Awards. The award is for design and technology, and the agency won for StillBlowingSmoke.org, the website part of our comprehensive, integrated campaign for the California Tobacco Control Program. Huzzah for health. And us.
31 March 2016 · Posted in California Tobacco Control Program UX design Award-winning
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Eat to the beat with SweeTARTS
Launching today, the SweetBEATS mixer lets fans create musical loops, share them with friends, and enter for a chance to win a one-on-one virtual studio session with pop legend Christina Aguilera.
To keep growing, this pioneering online car insurer, which had catered to a younger demo, needed to persuade older, more discerning consumers of its stability, reliability and humanity.
California debuts ads to counter e-cigs
Twenty-five years after launching the first anti-smoking advertisements in the state, the California Department of Public Health today premiered a series of television, digital, and outdoor ads in a new campaign called “Wake Up,” as part of its educational effort to inform the public about the dangers of e-cigarettes.
Making up with Kat Von D
Inspired by Kat’s tireless support of other makeup artists, the site is deeply collaborative, with products sitting side-by-side with user-generated photos and illustrations, as well as tweets and videos from the artist and her fans.
Formula X for Sephora
The breakthrough website — the first social network built for nail fans — puts the fun in functional.
It’s a complex story and has to be delivered with authority, concision and style.
Sephora / Marc Jacobs Beauty
When fashion icon Marc Jacobs made his move into cosmetics, he picked Sephora for a partner. And Sephora picked DC. And the pressure was on to match up to the master’s incomparable style.
Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority takes the plunge on a new name, a brand overhaul and fresh advertising, embracing its rep as the lake’s wild side.
D/C gets happy
This fall, after galvanizing the British public, the happy egg co. is coming to the US. And, following a pitch, they hired a truly free-range agency – the uncageable Duncan/Channon – to develop a digital brand in the US.
Work that earned top prize in the global Rebrand 100 competition, awarded for the combination of creative and strategy, and helped turn around a brand that turned rock stars into raving fans.
CA taps D/C
In a well-deserved tribute to the agency's interactive team, Duncan/Channon is being honored in this year's Communications Arts Interactive Annual for the Hard Rock Booth Interactive.
Sin City gets first “out-of-box” memorabilia interfaces
It all started with a groundbreaking little Deep Zoom website, conceived and designed by Duncan Channon, that enabled rock fans to get extremely up-close-and-personal with Hard Rock's memorabilia collection without having to travel.