Behind the Scenes With Our Interactive Holiday Card

Date

December 17, 2020

Author

Kathryn Colohan

Sr. Art Director

Kathryn is a conceptual thinker and storyteller at heart, with a solid foundation in graphic design. Though she’s touched every aspect of design in her career, from production to art direction to ideation, Kathryn currently creates highly engaging inbox experiences for a range of top-notch consumer brands.

We all know that 2020 was a year like no other. So this year, we created a card for our clients and partners that fit the times.

We’ve all reinvented how we work and do business this year, and it wasn’t always easy. So we decided the best gift we could give our partners would be a dash of humor.

Our interactive holiday card features fun custom illustrations: The image first shows what we hoped our work from home life would be like. Then an interactive hover effect that reveals the real life we’ve all experienced. Screaming kids and Zoom blunders included. (Scroll down for the full creative or interact with the cheeky greeting here.)

Despite all the difficulties and curve balls of 2020, we are ready to enter 2021 with renewed energy for our work and our clients. From our pajama-clad office to yours, thank you for being a part of our journey this year. We look forward to a successful New Year!

 

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