ScanLife business cards utilize 2D barcodes to provide a unique link to further information. Using the barcode reader application, which is free to download from ScanLife, users take a photo of the barcode printed on each business card using their mobile device and are instantly presented with the respective Push executive’s biography, general contact information, social networking sites, website links and downloadable vCard.
For the past 14 years, Orlando Weekly has conducted a Best Of poll to determine the city’s best people, places and things. In this year’s edition, Orlando Weekly writers selected Push’s rebranding efforts for the Orlando Museum of Art as the “Best Makeover” in the Arts & Entertainment category.
Three Push projects have been selected to appear in Print magazine’s 2009 Regional Design Annual. Print received nearly 5,000 entries for the competition, which showcases the best creative work produced in the United States. This comprehensive review is one of the biggest issues to hit the graphic design industry each year. The following Push work appears in this December’s issue:
ETA Logistics needed a website to better position them as the domestic-global leader in executive travel logistics. And so, Push has created and developed a site, in partnership with Xstudios, that portrays through its design the seamless vehicle transitions and interconnected worldwide network ETA Logistics provides for travelers, ensuring a smooth and stress-free journey. The site caters to ETA Logistics’ growing list of clients, which includes agencies, executives, celebrities, managers and contest and travel organizers.