Holiday Cheer, Far and Near

It really is the most wonderful time of the year here at Designsensory. Our annual holiday campaign has “sparked” pure happiness around the office. We are celebrating the season with an original craft cocktail recipe from our spirit connoisseur, Ryan Lee, and a holiday edition of our podcast, Best Behavior Creative Club, with Chris McAdoo and Brad Carpenter (and a few tiny DSers as well.) Oh, and familiar with TikTok? Yeah. We had some fun with this one.

In everything we do, we hope to spark creativity, joy and love, and we look forward to sharing it with our clients, friends and family year after year. Take a look at more of our seasonal activities here.

This is always an exciting time in our client work as well. Our annual annual pass campaign for Zoo Knoxville is underway, and this year we’re featuring one of the zoo’s most famous residents, Einstein. The hilariously charming actress is encouraging all zoo lovers to buy an annual pass in a series of quirky social videos and paid digital placements.

Have you crossed North America’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge yet? If not, what better first time than when it is covered in colorful archways and thousands of twinkling lights? That’s what we thought. We partnered with our friends at the iconic Gatlinburg SkyBridge to bring a little cheer for its first holiday season in East Tennessee. The Lights Over Gatlinburg event runs through January 31. Go check it out!

A Few Presents for the Office

Like any of our agency news roundups, we have some office updates to share. Our tech team is growing! Colby Johnson and Chris Talbert join the Designsensory team as Technical Developers.

With an art teacher for a mother and two brothers who own a design firm in Chattanooga, Colby comes from an artistic family. This creative drive helped Colby find his passion for development as it satisfies his need to create and allows him to practice his problem solving skills. Passionate for good design and craftsmanship, Colby joined Designsensory where he hopes to hone his development skills, grow his professional relationships and work on interesting projects.

Chris joins us from Johnson City, where he attended East Tennessee State University and worked for seven years as a developer at a local studio. With project management, client relations and training experience alongside his array of technical proficiencies, we’re excited to have him.

Cheers to a sparkling holiday season and a Happy New Year in 2020. We’ll talk soon!