We’ve got some exciting news—we recently started a partnership with Kansas City University of Medicine & Biosciences (KCU for short) to serve as an extension of their marketing and communications team. READ MORE →
When Phil Glynn first approached us for branding his Kansas City mayoral campaign, he was seen as the dark horse candidate in a hotly contested race that includes Quinton Lucas and recently Jason Kander.
Here at Johnny Lightning Strikes Again, we consider ourselves to be social media experts (and not just because we’re on it all the time). Over the past few years, Marlow White Uniforms has engaged us in a variety of social media efforts. Having done branding and marketing work for them in the past, we were already intimately familiar with their brand and had a good place to start. From social media guidelines and post creation to seasonal promotions and lead ad campaigns, we’ve been able to take their brand and adapt it in a number of scenarios for social.
Cella, a startup looking to disrupt the consumer storage space, was in the process of raising capital. To help launch their brand and better communicate it to potential investors, they approached us to help develop their branding, including their brand identity and logo.
Did you know coffee and the American military have a longstanding history? Neither did we until we were tasked with designing custom K-Cup packaging for premium military dress uniform company Marlow White Uniforms. Having done branding work for them before, we needed to find a way to tie their brand into their new line of coffee. We dug into the history books (read: Internet) to see what we could find.
Spring Dance Hot Tubs has been a client since our early days, and while we can’t take any credit for their awesome name, we can take some credit for their internet sales success. Why? Because we started managing their pay-per-click (PPC) advertising via Google AdWords campaigns a few years ago, and they kept paying us to do it, so we must have been doing something right. Right?
Since a summer camp should be fun, its brochure should obviously look fun too. If it doesn’t, it just doesn’t work. That’s why we made sure that Wildwood, a classic Kansas City summer camp and outdoor education center, got not just a mind-blowing brochure—they got a whole booklet.
What costs less than $2 in energy a year and lasts 30,000 hours? An LED light bulb. It’s the most energy-efficient kind of light bulb you can get, which is why, when LED2 Lighting approached us for packaging design, we knew the box their bulbs came in needed a sustainable look and feel to match.
As more banks make their offerings more digital, it’s not always a given that their customers will make the switch, too. While new digital options like mobile apps, web chat, and online banking can largely make customers’ banking more convenient, old habits of driving to a branch or calling customer service die hard.