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Whiteboards by Catral Doyle creative co.

Posted on Mar 11, 2016 in Our Work, Video

We are releasing new whiteboard videos next week for various clients incorporating different styles and effects. We are excited to see them in the wild after many weeks putting them together.

Big Brothers Big Sisters Visit

Posted on May 22, 2015 in Our Work, Whiteboard Video

CD Creative Co had the opportunity to work with Big Brothers, Big Sisters on a program called “Consider a Creative Career.” 15 “little” brothers and sisters along with their “big” counterparts came into the office where we talked about how we started our business and what we do here. Then we split the students into two groups. The first group worked with Ignacio on creating a whiteboard video.

St Francis Civic Center Historical Display

Posted on Apr 29, 2015 in Our Work

When the new civic center was built in 2014, the historical society wanted to find a way to display some of their artifacts so that citizens could enjoy them and appreciate their historic value—and the rotunda of the new center was the perfect place for such a display.

Kohler American Club bathroom 360º

Posted on Mar 6, 2015 in Our Work

Here is a 360º panorama of a bathroom in the American Club we were asked by Kohler Company to create from existing photography. 360° high-definition virtual tours are an engaging way to highlight your products or environments in a new and interactive way. CDC’s 360° virtual tours allow users to experience your products in and around a facility or in an interior.

88Nine Radio Milwaukee, Responsive E-Newsletter

Posted on Oct 1, 2014 in Advertising, Lead Generation, Our Work, Web

When Radio Milwaukee was looking to better leverage their content rich website and increase their visits, they decided to do revamp their existing e-newsletter in favor of a fully responsive experience. Based on web stats the station knew that their user base was increasingly checking emails and visiting their site through mobile devices.