July 29, 2011, Salt Lake City – Digital-forward creative agency, StruckAxiom, was named the winner of the Southwest Region for the Advertising Age Small Agency Awards. The AdAge Small Agency Awards are known internationally for recognizing the top agencies with 150 employees or less.
“Everything just keeps getting better,” said Dan Conner, CEO of StruckAxiom. “We’ve always been proud of our work with our clients. Receiving the recognition from AdAge is a massive honor—we always strive to create elite creative for our clients that not only works, but goes beyond what’s already in the market. Most importantly, we want to thank our amazing clients that allow us to create work worthy of this accolade.”
StruckAxiom was commended on their rebrand of TCBY and an integrated campaign for Dreamworks Shrek IV. However, the most impressive piece was the visualization platform and design for Gatorade’s Mission Control, which is used to track and measure social data around the Gatorade brand.
Hundreds of entries were entered from the U.S. and 20 other countries. And 19 awards were given to regional, size-category, and culture winners. StruckAxiom is honored to be counted among the other world-class winners.
StruckAxiom has also been recognized as on of iMedia’s Top 25 West Coast Agencies to Watch. iMedia is a group fully devoted to finding monitoring and recognizing agencies that shape, lead and improve the digital space. StruckAxiom was named an agency to watch for its groundbreaking digital work with special mention of its philosophy of why we do what we do.
StruckAxiom is a digital-forward, creative agency with offices in Salt Lake City, Portland, Los Angeles and New York City. The world-class brands and campaigns the agency creates are known internationally for their high-design, pioneering technology and break-through creativity. Clients include Gatorade, Castor & Pollux, Fox, Nickelodeon, DreamWorks, TCBY, Mrs. Fields and The Utah Office of Tourism.