At Advantage, we believe in making things happen, even during a global pandemic. We thought: how can we help out during this time, while we’re all stuck at home?
Some of our creative superstars were inspired to use their skills to help businesses they care about:
From Tiny to Total Takeover – Tiny Tots Gymnastics
In addition to the equipment, Tiny Tots could include an online class series guiding children on how to use the equipment via live video from their gym.
Steve also updated the Tiny Tots logo and brand identity to make it clearer what services they provide. “I think a rebrand will help Tiny Tots solidify their identity and provide a really legible visual for potential customers who drive or walk by.”
By incorporating the monkey into the logo, Steve references the jungle gym, clearly identifying this as a gym for kids. This modern look can extend into merch and apparel for kids to exercise in at home. Steve even proposed an interactive chalkboard storefront, for the gym to post their class schedule or for kids to use to draw and create.
While we can’t wait for things to re-open, hopefully, this provides parents some inspiration for how to entertain their children at home!
Doing Good – Spotify
Jacina designed an outdoor LED cube, complete with waterproof speakers and DJ booth above. Spotify cubes would pop up at outdoor parks, providing people spending time in their community spaces with music and a way to engage with the Black Lives Matter through live entertainment, podcasts, events, and the ability to donate.