To help MTV launch new seasons of two drama series we cooked up a full-flavoured campaign. Quite literally.
There’s a problem with the state of play. Kid’s imagination is shackled to rules. Their minds whipped by high expectations on performance. Not only is that less fun. It also stops them from practicing cooperation, solving problems and unwinding conflicts. And on top of that it drains their self-confidence. It’s literally depressing.
But there’s hope. Because deep down in every kid is a spark of magic. A superpower. Our wonderful client Toca Boca has made it their mission to unleash that power. And together we just made a campaign for parents to take a stand for free play. Check out the full story →
Last year we started working with SmartShake. The company has revolutionised how gym-goers handle their supplements with their triple-compartment shaker. But with eager competitors breathing down their neck, and with a more diverse range of products in the pipeline, we were asked to take their brand to a new level.
We’re searching for you. A talented and experienced professional. You love technology, diversity, culture and media. You understand the principles of good communication and why they are still key in a digital marketplace. You have experience and the courage to combine technology, design and storytelling to create projects everyone else wish they had done.
Oakwood is a growing team of strategists, designers and technologists. We create digital experiences for our clients. It could be campaigns, websites, e-commerce, services, games, events, installations or things we haven’t realized we do yet! We’re up for anything – as long as it’s a creative way to help our clients reach there goals. For us it’s all about telling a story and getting the message through.
Ever heard of pocket operators? If you haven’t yet, you sure will. Probably even in your sleep.
It’s a series of micro synthesizers, made by Cheap Monday and Teenage Engineering. Small enough to fit in your pocket and simple enough to make music with your thumb.
To make people truly discover how genius this invention is, we made a website where you can try them out. By lining up functional digital version of the pocket operators you can create your own electronic masterpieces, straight in the browser. And the best part is, anything you do sounds awesome. Check out the full story →
Oakwood was asked to help Tretorn reconnect with their tennis fans. Tretorn is a brand with a lot of heritage and practically invented the tennis balls of today. Thus, we decided that the project should be around the iconic ball. A familiar item to any player (or anyone that has ever heard about tennis), the perfect message carrier.
In order to reconnect with the fans we had to make it personal. So we created the Tretorn Portrait Project and let the tennis fans create their own signature balls printed by a robot on Tretorn tennis balls.
This took place in our signature ball factory at the ATP and WTA tour in Båstad. During the week in Båstad Serena Williams, Marc Jacobs and 1300 others got their hands on a signature Tretorn Portrait tennisball.
Curious to know more about the tech behind this?
Are you the versatile, multi-faceted, web loving developer we’re looking for? Awesome! We hope to find the next web superstar.
You’ll join a tight-knit team of creative developers. Together we’ll push our projects to the fore-front of technology. Our projects range from brand building e-commerce sites and large web services for companies such as Universal Music to experimental hardware hacks.
We’re so excited to announce that we’ve just opened up our first satellite office. With our new family members Xavi, Julio & Toni we’ve hit the ground running in the cosy neighbourhood of El Born. Our new Spanish office is focused on digital service development with that Oakwood flavour in it. Give us an “Hola” if you want to know more!