OC Creative Lands Two AVA Digital Awards


OC Creative was proud to accept another set of awards this spring, two AVA Digital Awards.  Their creative team won a platinum award for their Lincoln Land Community College “The School for the Job” video and a gold award for their Premier Supercopa “2018 Announcement.”  The AVA competition recognizes excellence by creative professionals responsible for the planning, concept, direction, design and production of digital communication.

Creative Director and President of OC, Brian Oster, said, “Lincoln Land provided us with enough creative freedom to not only execute their plan but also to do so in a way that effectively reaches its audience and gets them noticed in a sea of other media.” See the creativity that receives the highest AVA award here: www.vimeo.com/244115326.

Supercopa had never done video before, and they chose OC for the task. “Having taken a chance on hiring a video production company,” says Oster, “not only were they able to increase their social media followers and post likes more than tenfold, but this year they achieved their goal of maxing out on teams.  This is a more than 20% increase over last year.”  The captivation and shareability of this video can be seen here: https://vimeo.com/230925293.

Started in 1994, the AVA Digital Awards honor the evolving ways and means that we engage audiences through the creative convergence of digital arts, technology and information.  Over the years, AVA’s categories changed to recognize the expanding role that digital media and the web were playing in the transfer of information.

From their flexible studio where they’ve filmed everything from award-winning commercials to potato-salad-stuffed cannons (seriously—ask them about it), to their brand new office where they’ll walk with you through every step of the process, OC Creative tackles any marketing and branding need. They’ve managed successful campaigns for national companies like Fellowes and Proven Winners, for educational institutions such as Northern Illinois University and Kishwaukee College, and for nonprofits including Feed My Starving Children and Big Brothers Big Sisters. They serve many industries from health care to small businesses to self-improvement.  You bring the challenge, they bring the creativity.

Check out their awards page (occreates.com/awards) for more favorites.

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