Always a pleasure to work with other creative agencies. The Mammoth project has be especially enjoyable as we were tasked with designing and coding a modern responsive showcase site, to replace their old school flash site. Mammoth, like any successful growing creative agency focused all its attention on their high caliber clients and projects which they had been awarded. The site got a little neglected but by teaming up with us things got moving. ID Studio Web Agency are pleased to have collaborated with Mammoth, providing a clean modern, showcase format for them to showcase their awesome work.
A key aspect of the project delivery was to provide Mammoth with a powerful yet easy to use admin system. We opted for ProcessWire, which is one of the cleanest most flexibly admin systems for a project of this size and nature.
The Mammoth design team are some of the most innovative and creative in the industry. At Mammoth, they will inspire and design your whole project, whether it be a channel rebrand, commercial brand refresh, title sequence, full broadcast package, live event or stadium graphics.
Moreover, if your project requires live studio graphics, by taking charge of the entire workflow from design brief to operation on-site, they create a highly efficient and cost-effective workflow, avoiding the need for you to deal with a separate design agency.
Mammoth provide basic on-screen live graphics to the most complex integration of data feeds and social media, from a single studio day to a data-integrated system servicing an entire stadium, Mammoth deliver. Their team is unique because they are not only graphics operators, but also have the skillset and flexibility to design and create on-site.
They are not just passively viewing these days; they’re interacting and contributing. Mammoth will connect the audience with the show or event over and above your expectations. Whether you want to harness the power of Twitter, Facebook, Vine or any other social media forms, Mammoth can link the content creator with the intended viewer.