Join us for a moment on a journey down memory lane. The year is 1963, when office work meant not laptops and smartphones, but typewriters and – believe it or not – writing things out by hand. 1963 was also the year that the Hamburg pharmaceutical company Alfred E. Tiefenbacher (AET) was born, and eobiont harked back to that era when creating the brochure for the firm’s 50th-anniversary festivities. On Macs, though – not by hand.
Things are afoot in Potsdam. On the old market square, for example, The Hasso Plattner Foundation is having the Palais Barberini building restored to its former, pre-WWII-destruction glory. Starting from 2016, the new Museum Barberini will give the public a chance to view the GDR-era art collection of Prof. Hasso Plattner. eobiont took on the conception and implementation of a website detailing the reconstruction project, and also handled the first stages of the museum’s corporate design.
To mark the 2013 National Smoke Alarm Day, held on Friday, September 13, eobiont developed an umbrella campaign, including a brand-new website, for the Forum Brandrauchprävention e.V. association for fire prevention. After more than a decade, it was time for an overhaul of the association’s “Smoke Detectors Save Lives,” which we created 12 years ago. [more...]
How do seniors today live? What do their days look like? And what is their relationship with modern forms of communication?
These are just some of the questions eobiont set out to answer for the Initiative Hausnotruf organization, whose members are dedicated to the latest technology in home medical alarm systems. To learn more about the needs of today’s senior citizens beyond what the statistics may tell us, we created a seniors’ focus group, which yielded some refreshingly candid insights.
Look around – the second round of the image campaign for Germany’s Federal Agency for Technical Relief (THW) is now live on thousands of major ad platforms around the country. For the campaign, we chose a number of motifs –“Fitness Studio,” “Parental Leave,” and “Night Shift” – which humorously play on the idea of volunteer work to illustrate the many diverse facets of getting on board with the THW.
Good news for fans of the children’s website www.ampelini.de: The multi-award-winning site created by eobiont for the German Insurance Association is now also available as a free iPad and iPhone app, launched in February 2013. This means parents can keep their children entertained on the go with games that teach road safety and accident prevention.
When it comes to outdoor advertising in Berlin, DIE DRAUSSENWERBER reigns supreme. The company’s new website, developed by eobiont, makes it all possible, thanks to interactive features like an illustrated cityscape and a location map. Together with a precise calculator tool, the website enables clients to hone in on their perfect ad space from amongst DRAUSSENWERBER’S 50,000 spots around the city spanning 20 different kinds of media, from ad pillars and street lights to U-Bahn stations, bus and tram shelters, and BVG vehicles. [more...]
The best way to get a teenager to do something? Tell them not to do it. That was exactly the thought that ran through our head as we were asked by the Berlin Fire Department to develop a campaign to reduce injuries from fireworks on New Year‘s Eve. [more...]
… jump into the THW! The first national image and recruiting campaign of the THW (the German catastrophe force) has been awarded to eobiont until 2014. With the slogan “Jump out of the daily grind. Jump into the THW!” the THW wants to attract new volunteers. To the campaign website