Digilocity produces data-driven, performance-focused video campaigns designed to stand out and drive action. Our team of strategists and motion designers works directly with your media agency or in-house team to understand audience signals and feedback, developing assets for the entire consumer journey. With out unlimited plans, we continually execute split testing and asset iteration to find the most efficient creative variants.
Sign up for an account and choose a creative placement package that fits your needs, or create your own.
Fill out a creative brief about your campaign goals and objectives, and then upload your assets so we can get to work.
After we receive your brief, our team gets to work concepting your campaign to bring your ideas to life and a first draft is created.
Keeping your objectives in mind, your game-changing creative is produced. When it’s ready, you can leave comments in the client portal and we’ll keep making changes until it’s juuuust right.
Once you’re satisfied with the result, approve and download your assets and you’re ready to launch!
Take your product photos and lifestyle images to the next level by adding custom motion and graphics entice loyal customers.
Our team worked with McDonald’s to develop video creative from their existing product photos. The team developed an entire Pinterest campaign with the goal of driving foot traffic to McCafé stores.
Create platform optimized content by taking advantage of your already owned video assets like influencer content, television commercials, product footage and more.
Learn how KLM repurposed TV commercials, B-Roll and even a print ad to create engaging mobile assets for global distribution, raising awareness on Facebook and Instagram for their new Fly Sustainably initiative.
Use logos, brand elements, screenshots, stock footage and motion design elements to transform the mundane into eye-catching short-form videos, purpose-built for mobile.
See how Priceline used stock footage to create bespoke, mobile-first video ads for Facebook and Instagram.