Experience the Mammoth Difference; there is no more accurate statement. My focus at Mammoth as the Lead Digital Media Designer/Graphic Designer and Web Developer is to lead the discussions of our designs from conceptual to completion. Our national team works with clients across North/Central America to lift their brand up to new heights. Pushing ourselves to be cutting edge and constantly reinventing ourselves on our approach to new markets as well as designs. Rebranding ourselves from Mammoth Digital to just Mammoth was a must, to eliminate any perceived threats from other marketing agencies that we aid with data analytics and other services beyond our daily production. CLVR, the television analytics branch of Mammoth, underwent a rebranding of its own to freshen up the older look while staying true to the original design and goals. While reshaping ourselves to reach new multi-billion-dollar clientele, we would work with our clients to make their vision a reality. As the lead designer, I took initiative in presenting and persuading our clients that our artistic approach and ideas were viable solutions to their marketing challenges. These solutions would set them up for success with their branding for the months/years to come. Constant research of new trends and themes would push the team to create innovative methods to reach new audiences while continuing to respect the current audiences. Oversaw the creation of new websites, from mock-ups up through release, and guiding major corporate rebranding’s. Projects at Mammoth range from working with proposals, data analytics, reporting, strategy development, concepting, art direction research, rebranding, photography, videography, animations, website construction, maintenance, transferring, and an abundance of marketing collateral for clientele.
MAMMOTH DIGITAL REDESIGN
Mammoth Digital went under several creative re-brands, from website to logo, to their marketing collateral material. Starting off as the only graphic designer on the small team I took the lead on the sites redesign, keeping in mind our quirkiness but yet moving towards the more traditional audiences. A little over a year later I was moved up into the Art Director position while being half a country away. Mammoth then went under a color re-branding and soft new website design temporarily to shift the viewers into the new site design when became more of an art piece than a website. Unfortunately, negotiations for moving me back to Colorado fell threw and they proceeded on the new journey without me. I will never forget the amazing time and amazing people I got to work with while at Mammoth Digital, now known as CLVR.