Apple PT Re-Launched

Posted by bmckamey on August 24th, 2010   UnCommon News

We’ve recently re-launched Apple Physical Therapy’s website. Apple Physical Therapy is a Physical Therapist owned private practice specializing in outpatient rehabilitation since 1984.

We’ve been working with Apple PT since 2006, which is when we did their first site. The site was done all in flash. You can check it out here. For their new site, they communicated to us that they wanted something fresh – but they still wanted a simple and clean solution.


Coach Wooden Memory Wall

Posted by bmckamey on June 16th, 2010   Design, Inspiration, UnCommon News

In Memory of Coach John Wooden, we’ve setup a Memory Wall for family, friends, and fans to share personal memories and/or simply give their best wishes. So, drop by and share yours with others.

The concept direction I took for this was that of a soft, heavenly, legendary and historical feel.


Jennie Finch

Posted by bmckamey on May 21st, 2010   Interactive, Sports Marketing, UnCommon News

Recently completed an online activation for softball star, Jennie Finch, by launching her official website: www.JennieFinch.com Also ck out: http://twitter.com/jfinch27 & http://store.JennieFinch.com




Grand Touring Vodka

Posted by bmckamey on May 18th, 2010   Interactive, UnCommon News

Team UT is proud to officially announce working with Grand Touring Vodka – on their new digital strategy. We’ll be developing a new official web site, and branded social media channels for GTV.



Posted by bmckamey on May 12th, 2010   Design, Inspiration, UnCommon News

Cornhole: Cornhole a.k.a “tailgate toss,” “bean bag toss,” “baggo,” or “bags” is a lawn game in which players take turns pitching cornhole bags (cotton duck bags filled with feed corn) at a raised platform with a hole in the far end...

The game is very popular. You often see people playing Cornhole while tailgating before sporting events and/or concerts…


NCAA Champions

Posted by bmckamey on April 6th, 2010   UnCommon News

Congrats to Duke on winning their 4th NCAA Title. It might not have been Coach K’s most “talented” team, but maybe it was his most talented “team”. Jon Scheyer was the first player we met in our meetings and being a local Chicago-area product glad he got to go out a NCAA Champion. www.DukeBluePlanet.com