4 of our clients who went above and beyond

4 of our clients who went above and beyond to entertain 

A client showcase

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4 of our clients who went above and beyond to entertain 

A client showcase

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4 of our clients who went above and beyond to entertain

For our latest instalment of our regular Client Showcase feature we are turning our attention to 4 of our clients and members who have gone above and beyond… to entertain with their videos.

First up is Summit Hygiene with their superhero hand drying phenomenon, Summit Man. You wouldn’t have ever thought that an advert for a hand dryer would be so entertaining, but it is…

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Summit Hygiene – The greatest hand dryer ad you’ll ever see

Notice how both the brand logo and the product itself (the Hyclenz stainless steel electric hand dryer) is introduced  by titles on the screen only – and not a deep and detailed company biography that is read from a script. Instead, we get straight into the action. Or more precisely, the bathroom.

Here the audience are given a relatable scenario – an ineffective hand dryer that lacks power meaning that you leave the bathroom frustrated and with wet hands with more bacteria on them than when you went in.

The problem is established clearly and the solution is too – all with the aid of our superhero – Ian from Summit Hygiene AKA Summit Man.

It is left to Summit Man to point out that the only thing that can save the day is the Hyclenz stainless steel hand dryer.

Ian then explains some of the key benefits of the Hyclenz in punchy fashion and – in keeping with the superhero theme – the power of the 360 degree nozzle is demonstrated by showing that it can be used to navigate in space. 

If you liked that then you’re going to love this! Check out Alex from Design 4 Dentists. Even David Jason could learn a couple of things from this act.

Design 4 Dentists – Del Boy’s cheap logo video

Del Boy is reincarnated in this video in the slippery shape of False Keith. Bedecked in sheepskin coat, flat cap, shades and the obligatory bling, False Keith illustrates, n classic wide boy fashion, the pitfalls of buying a cheap logo online.

Meanwhile, Alex from Design 4 Dentists is the voice of sanity, highlighting the wisdom of not plumping for the cheapest option when it comes to your logo. He also points out the importance of a brand logo and the practical considerations you need to bear in mind.

Our next member’s showcase uses not only dressing up but also a copyright infringement. However, it’s truly engaging and well worth the watch…

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SJ Locks – Steve’s cosmic use of costumes

You might think that it would difficult to make a really entertaining and engaging video all about selling… er… locks. Steve from SJ Locks proves otherwise. He gets over the important message that anybody could burgle your house by the use of various ‘burglar guises’.

From a shady-looking hoodie-wearing hoodlum to the classic cliché ‘man with bag of swag’ to *coughs* a stormtrooper… all the usual and unusual suspects are there to prove the point.

This is a video with a seasonal slant, so a timely reminder is given that burglary rates increase by 20% in the autumn months. And with half the world out of their houses on Halloween and Bonfire Night, it’s important those doors and windows are safe and secure.

There’s no direct sales pitch. In fact, there’s no sales pitch at all. The video doesn’t need one. It just makes you think about your home security and:

(To the tune of ‘Ghostbusters’) – Who you gonna call? SJ Locks!

And to wrap things up this week, here’s one from the archives. Alan from Cloud Focus (an early winner of the coveted title ‘Booth of the Month’) is back because this is just so good! This is the best use of props we’ve ever seen.

Cloud Focus – Alan’s epic use of props

This video takes us on a simple chronological journey through Alan’s history of computers through the ages. 

Alan is ably assisted throughout by his use of props. So for Acorn Computers we have an acorn, For Apple, we have – yep, you guessed it – a real apple.

Other prop choices are simply inspired – a compact mirror to represent Compaq, and a bottle of HP sauce for HP.

Some of Alan’s other prop choices aren’t just inspired, they are actually the work of genius. Check out Dell (Adele) and Xbox (Egg Box)!

We hope you enjoyed that. Join us next week for Booooooooth In Spaaaaaace.

Over and out.

 

4 of our clients who went above and beyond to entertain

For our latest instalment of our regular Client Showcase feature we are turning our attention to 4 of our clients and members who have gone above and beyond… to entertain with their videos.

First up is Summit Hygiene with their superhero hand drying phenomenon, Summit Man. You wouldn’t have ever thought that an advert for a hand dryer would be so entertaining, but it is…

test session

Summit Hygiene – The greatest hand dryer ad you’ll ever see

Notice how both the brand logo and the product itself (the Hyclenz stainless steel electric hand dryer) is introduced  by titles on the screen only – and not a deep and detailed company biography that is read from a script. Instead, we get straight into the action. Or more precisely, the bathroom.

Here the audience are given a relatable scenario – an ineffective hand dryer that lacks power meaning that you leave the bathroom frustrated and with wet hands with more bacteria on them than when you went in.

The problem is established clearly and the solution is too – all with the aid of our superhero – Ian from Summit Hygiene AKA Summit Man.

It is left to Summit Man to point out that the only thing that can save the day is the Hyclenz stainless steel hand dryer.

Ian then explains some of the key benefits of the Hyclenz in punchy fashion and – in keeping with the superhero theme – the power of the 360 degree nozzle is demonstrated by showing that it can be used to navigate in space. 

If you liked that then you’re going to love this! Check out Alex from Design 4 Dentists. Even David Jason could learn a couple of things from this act.

Design 4 Dentists – Del Boy’s cheap logo video

Del Boy is reincarnated in this video in the slippery shape of False Keith. Bedecked in sheepskin coat, flat cap, shades and the obligatory bling, False Keith illustrates, n classic wide boy fashion, the pitfalls of buying a cheap logo online.

Meanwhile, Alex from Design 4 Dentists is the voice of sanity, highlighting the wisdom of not plumping for the cheapest option when it comes to your logo. He also points out the importance of a brand logo and the practical considerations you need to bear in mind.

Our next member’s showcase uses not only dressing up but also a copyright infringement. However, it’s truly engaging and well worth the watch…

membership remarketing 728x90

SJ Locks – Steve’s cosmic use of costumes

You might think that it would difficult to make a really entertaining and engaging video all about selling… er… locks. Steve from SJ Locks proves otherwise. He gets over the important message that anybody could burgle your house by the use of various ‘burglar guises’.

From a shady-looking hoodie-wearing hoodlum to the classic cliché ‘man with bag of swag’ to *coughs* a stormtrooper… all the usual and unusual suspects are there to prove the point.

This is a video with a seasonal slant, so a timely reminder is given that burglary rates increase by 20% in the autumn months. And with half the world out of their houses on Halloween and Bonfire Night, it’s important those doors and windows are safe and secure.

There’s no direct sales pitch. In fact, there’s no sales pitch at all. The video doesn’t need one. It just makes you think about your home security and:

(To the tune of ‘Ghostbusters’) – Who you gonna call? SJ Locks!

And to wrap things up this week, here’s one from the archives. Alan from Cloud Focus (an early winner of the coveted title ‘Booth of the Month’) is back because this is just so good! This is the best use of props we’ve ever seen.

Cloud Focus – Alan’s epic use of props

This video takes us on a simple chronological journey through Alan’s history of computers through the ages. 

Alan is ably assisted throughout by his use of props. So for Acorn Computers we have an acorn, For Apple, we have – yep, you guessed it – a real apple.

Other prop choices are simply inspired – a compact mirror to represent Compaq, and a bottle of HP sauce for HP.

Some of Alan’s other prop choices aren’t just inspired, they are actually the work of genius. Check out Dell (Adele) and Xbox (Egg Box)!

We hope you enjoyed that. Join us next week for Booooooooth In Spaaaaaace.

Over and out.