General Services Administration OSBU Campaign

The General Services Administration needed to update communications for its Office of Small Business Utilization (OSBU) that would provide necessary information for customers.

See how we developed a rebrand with supporting materials that made doing business with the GSA easy.

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U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Transformative Support

The goal: The VA’s Veterans Benefits Administration wanted a way to educate Veterans on the benefits available to them and how to utilize them. We were awarded the contract to produce a large quantity of informative video programs within a condensed timeline of 14 months.

The work: Working collaboratively with the VBA to overcome location production challenges, develop engaging motion graphics, and clearly deliver complex information, we produced a total of 25 videos that were 508-compliant and geared for Public Service Announcements, the web, and Social Media.

The result: The widespread placement of the videos extended their reach remarkably, making them the most highly-viewed videos from the Veterans Benefits Administration. With more than 100,000 views and thousands of social shares, Veterans all over the country were getting key information that could help them live better.

General Services Administration Federal Acquisitions Training Series

The goal: The General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Acquisitions Service had a training curriculum in place for ordering activities that utilized webinars of varying lengths. They contracted us to help streamline and update the training process, which was offered through the GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) Program.

The work: Using existing course material as a starting point, we worked closely with GSA Subject Matter Experts to develop a multi-part course called “Buying Services”— a series of web-based video training that covered a number of different government web applications. The new program implemented current best practices for multimedia learning, such as a “micro-learning” e-learning strategy that involved writing and developing effective and efficient online training across multiple channels and different devices, including mobile.

The result: The reorganization and consolidation of course material reduced a 5-hour course to 1 hour, resulting in an increased number of willing participants and a much more effective transfer of information.

U.S. Department Of Education Campaign

With an increasingly tech-savvy base of college students and parents, the U.S. Department of Education Office of Federal Student Aid needed new ways to communicate their messaging.

See how we developed an effective set of collateral that would appeal to a new generation of customer.

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