Umbrella Street created and produced three cinema spots for Ask.com's national movie theater campaign in AMC & Regal Theaters.
Cliffside Malibu asked Umbrella Street to create a national campaign, including these four spots, to distinguish their brand as the premiere drug & alcohol rehab facility in the world. We flipped the script on an industry notorious for bad commercials, creating the "Personal Storm" campaign and elevating the style and calibur of their ads, which has moved the needle on massive bottom-line growth for their business.
Umbrella Street was tapped to create and produce the first ever national TV ad for a mobil app-- the Dictionary.com iPhone app campaign. After release of the spots, the app sky-rocketed to #2 on the Apple store's free downloads site, boosting downloads to over 40 million and landing the app on Apple's home page and their top 30 all-time app list.
Quickture asked Umbrella Street to design a spot for their "video ringtome" technology-- in it's beta stage. Our spot lead directly to round 1 capital funding for their upcoming launch.
Baron Davis considers changing careers from the NBA to Professional Ping Pong.
Clean Body, Dirty Mind
Kreation Organic (Juice and Kafe) asked Umbrella Street to create a cheeky social campaign for Vine, Instagram & YouTube.
After our success with the Ask.com "Cinema Spots" Ask went big with a national TV campaign. They asked us to parody TV genres the way we had for film in the theater campaign. The results were designed to make people stop mid-way through fast-forwarding the commercials on their DVR-- so they wouldn't miss the show.
About.com asked Umbrella Street to create and produce a national TV campaign with 4 commercials shot in 2 days at 12 locations around the world. We put our heads together - quickly - and figured out a way to pull 12 rabbits out of one hat.
Ask wanted to show a few of the 100 million questions they get every month. So we helped them create the "Ask Away" national TV campaign-- hitting for that everyday-people feel.
Cliffside wanted something that could go viral-- so we created the "State's Evidence" Campaign. The idea was to make people curious about whether what they were seeing was real or not-- and hopefully-- jam them with a powerful message in the process.
Dictionary.com wanted to show how broad their user base is-- so we created and produced the "Now You Know" web campaign. And now... you know.
When G-Net asked us to support the launch of ustyme with a heart-felt commmercial, we created this web spot to introduce the world to an amazing app. Ustyme works brilliantly to bring families closer.