What is Senseon?
Senseon needed this blog (Part 3 of 3) to showcase the most important factor of the Senseon system, the locks. This blog header needed to be VERY self explanatory with a section of the product displayed and shown where it is used inside the cabinet.
Senseon and Home Security
This blog header shows a cut-out of an illustrated house and where the system can be utilized for home security. This header utilizes all five of Senseon’s colors including their texture used opaquely in the background.
How the Industry Fights Organized Retail Crime
Senseon started a multiple blog campaign about organized retail crime and wanted individual headers to represent the serious nature of this topic. This one in particular, illustrates a lineup showing how the crime can come from within and labels an employee as a possible suspect.
Introduction to Evidence-Based Design
This is another multiple blog series that needed to explain the future of hospital and healthcare design facilities. The flat design concept was illustrated and customized with icons to represent every facet the blog delves into.
April Healthcare Physical Security Breach Roundup & News
Senseon’s monthly campaign cites actual examples of data security breaches in the healthcare industry. This design combines technology, mystery, and globalization. It also includes a customized icon that is used as a monthly branding technique.
Senseon Social Campaign
Senseon wanted a “did you know” product facts post that they could showcase on their social media. This design turned into a multiple-post informational graphic that used one color of their brand per post.
Senseon Holiday's Social Posts
Senseon wanted to promote customized holiday graphics for their social media presence. Mixing brand colors with holiday elements, these graphics also served as an informational way to express business hours of operations for that particular day.
Healthcare Fact Sheet
Senseon uses fact sheets for clients that are interested in their product. Being healthcare based, the entire sheet demonstrates how wellness and security are the future of all healthcare-based office work. DNA-shaped hexagons, real-life photography, and isometric illustrations are used throughout the piece to give some nice visualization to the adjoining copy.
The State of Retail Jewelry Security 2018 Infographic
Senseon wanted a custom infographic to explain the importance of their products in real world situations. This particular one was made for an online jewelry article that explains some major jewelry security issues from the past year.
Jewelry Carousel Advertisement
Senseon wanted a Facebook sponsored ad that blended technology and jewelry to specifically target jewelry store owners. Being an “invisible product”, it needed to show real merchandise in cases that are protected and described with the copy below each slide.
Healthcare Carousel Advertisement
This is another facebook sponsored ad dedicated to reach a healthcare audience. Each slide shows off where Senseon’s product can be used in a doctor’s office. The copy below each slide gives their audience several ways to swipe and learn more about the versatility of the hidden locking system as well as increase the probability of someone clicking to their page.
Website Banner Advertisements
Senseon needed a campaign that utilized their purple branding and was eye catching enough for readers browsing jewelry security websites. The campaign moved on to be utilized on healthcare and other retail security sites as well. The use of purple not only holds down brand consistency for Senseon, but also works well with tying in expensive industries like jewelry and upscale doctor’s offices.
Retail Animated GIF Advertisement 1
Animated GIFS are one of the best ways to attract a readers eye and get multiple messages out in a stationary advertisement. Senseon uses this banner ad on retail security websites. It was designed for the logo and product to point towards the shortened messages they wanted to convey.
Retail Animated GIF Advertisement 2
Senseon needed a second animated GIF to get their messages out for the same websites. This one has the appearance of a brand new advertisement but showcases the same information and product usage.