Creative Production Studio Mode Project Expands Into Interactive

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Chicago-based Mode Project adds interactive campaign strategy, design and development to its existing motion design, production and editorial capabilities.

Mode Project is one of the few shops equipped to handle a project from start to finish--from initial strategy to content creation to production to delivery

Mode Project, the Chicago creative production studio commissioned to create the highly successful Obama logo, announces the addition of interactive veteran Joie Mikitson. Joie's industry knowledge and technical acumen enables Mode Project to apply their core creative competencies to interactive projects.

"Mode Project is one of the few shops equipped to handle a project from start to finish--from initial strategy to content creation to production to delivery," says Mikitson. "Now we can do that for motion design, live action and interactive, making it cheaper and easier for both agencies and direct clients."

Recent interactive assignments include modernwing.org, a site for the Art Institute of Chicago via ASK Public Strategies; dailydymo.com, a project for DDB's Rowley Samuel and Gabe McDonough; and work for the Trust for the National Mall in Washington, D.C., also through ASK. In her previous role as an agency interactive producer, Joie also developed online campaigns for brands such as Mapquest, Wrigley, Bayer and Unicef.

Mode Project is a Chicago-based creative production studio providing motion design, production, editorial and interactive solutions to agencies and brands such as AT&T, ecko unltd, Sunsilk, Tropicana, Kellogg's and Gatorade since 2002. Mode Project is proud to have been creative partners with the Obama for America Media Team, which was named 2008 "Marketer of the Year" by Advertising Age.

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