Y&R is looking to create a web-based system where agency people (new business, account and strategy) would go and save stand alone slides with data points and information. The uploader would categorize slides. Then, when the agency needs to build a deck in the future, these objects can be easily accessed, browsed and put together. Agencies will use the tool to organize cases, data/statistics, consumer/market trends and agency credentials. The tool would enable users to search for, and then drag and drop a slide into one downloadable deck. Additionally, the tool will allow users to search for specific related decks, which can then be downloaded as well.
Wynwood Business Improvement District (BID) is seeking a brand refresh, including logo and identity package, for its communication needs across all platforms. Wynwood is a vibrant art, commerce and business destination in the core of Miami. The mission of the newly formed Wynwood BID is to build upon Wynwood’s role as a globally recognized center for art, culture, fashion, technology and business.
TWC needs to aggregate a lot of disparate localized data from many sources (Public, Private, Local, Tribal, County, State, Federal) as well as data TWC generates. TWC will offer localized (weather) data of multiple data types for several of the consumer favorite locations such as, current conditions, 10-day forecast, weather alerts, and road conditions for 20 favorite cities. The secondary component is the distribution of localized data which aggregates multiple API calls and leverages a cost effective caching strategy for distributed cache.
Alert coverage is based on a series of latitude and longitude coordinates which dynamically creates irregular shaped polygons. Zonal boundaries such as counties are fixed but are also irregular shaped boundaries. TWC delivers alert coverage and must notify each zone that is impacted by the event coverage. The complexity lies in translating the dynamic alert polygon coverage to the natural/national boundary polygons to illustrate the coverage over impacted zones.