Actually, it feels a lot like "play." Below you'll find case studies of some of our biggest success stories. Learn about our clients' communications challenges, our solutions, and the results we achieved together. If you like what you see, contact us to learn how we can help tell your IU story.
We're always looking for new and better ways to tell the stories behind the IU brand. Often storytelling involves a calculated process of concepting, design, content strategy, and execution–in other cases, like the story of Ms. Sullivan’s class, the storytelling process emerges organically.
Communicating the work of the IU Office of Engagement and the overall impact that IU has on the state of Indiana is an ongoing institutional goal.
As educators and education change and evolve, so too must this website reflect that reality and address issues that are important to the targeted audiences.
FYE requested a website that reflected the personality of the office and would be easier to maintain, so we created one using IU's Web Content Managment System (WCMS).
IU Communications was charged with creating an ad for IU Bloomington that highlighted the extraordinary faculty mentorships available to IU students.
With the world's eyes on Indianapolis in the weeks leading up to Super Bowl XLVI, we helped showcase IUPUI's contributions to the big event through a strategic web and social media campaign.
When the Hoosiers made it to the Sweet 16 in the 2012 NCAA Basketball Tournament, we spearheaded "Hoosier Nation Day" to encourage the entire IU Bloomington community to cheer the team to victory in Atlanta.
Indiana University boasts one of the most robust digital publications portfolios of its kind. IU Communications helped create an iPad version of IUPUI Magazine and built a new IUPUI Magazine website that provides a consistent user experience as readers browse new and older issues.
Research shows that IU alums typically lose contact with the university for at least 10 years following graduation. The IU Alumni Association partnered with IU Communications to create new ways to keep them engaged.
With fewer newspapers able to cover global business, IU Communications and the Center for Chinese Politics and Business worked together to turn Indiana journalists into "China experts."
The arts scene at IU Bloomington remains active throughout the summer, even though the town empties out. IU Communications developed a multimedia campaign to bring more patrons to campus museums, concert halls, and theatres.
It's hard to talk to students about safety in a voice that encourages them to listen. After a number of incidents on campus, IU Communications developed a multimedia safety campaign written by students, for students.
In 2009, women made up just 15% of the School of Informatics and Computing's student body. IU Communications helped develop a targeted recruitment campaign to attract more women to the field.
When the IU Bloomington School of Informatics merged with the Department of Computer Science in 2009, the school turned to IU Communications to create a new website that reflected its new identity and its reputation as a technology leader.