DC’s first campaign for Upwork positions the freelancer network as a movement of motivated people — freelancers and managers alike — who are here to roll up collective sleeves and make stuff happen. And like any good movement, they aren’t afraid to speak truth to power.
DC brought home a Small Agency of the Year award for the second year running. Announced last night at Ad Age’s Small Agency Conference in Nashville, the award takes into consideration business results, agency culture as well as a range of creative work across accounts.
DriveTime is no longer the auto dealer for the credit-crunched. With a suite of online innovations, they now offer a smarter way to buy a car for anyone who might be in the market. A new $50 million campaign reflects the new offering and asks the burning question: if you’re not buying your car at DriveTime, how smart are you?
As part of a long-term partnership with the MLB, the campaign for SU2C challenges the common perception that the only way to beat cancer involves one monolithic cure. DC’s spot points out that every innovation — no matter how seemingly small — is a step toward victory.
Amid the merriment, it seems only fair to mention we’re an award-winning ad agency that specializes in relaunching brands, that among our stellar capabilities are strategy, identity, advertising, design, UX and a lot more, and that somewhere along the line we came into possession of a penthouse tavern called the Tip.