We have made an intense 15 days field trip in Garoua, North Cameroon, to document the wonderful work of an Italian NGO. We have followed the project coordinator, Gabriella Lorenzi, and her local collaborators in their everyday fight against AIDS, poverty and malnutrition. We have recorded and edited on-site 4 videos to document their work and help fundraising in Italy to keep their valuable work going on.
Here is the project list with the related videos (in Italian language):
Working for Visitmalta.com is always a pleasure for us at InvisibleStudio: great cultural projects, lovely people and a beautiful country with lots of interesting things to discover!
This time we have been working on the update of the Malta Culture Guide mobile App that we did back in 2010.
We have now enriched it with two new sections about the famous Italian artists Caravaggio and Mattia Preti, adding 6 videos, new locations on the offline and online map, lots of picturesque villages to visit away from the main touristic routes…
WWF Italy is fighting an important campaign against coal, the dirtiest form of energy. We have teamed with Don’t Movie, a young and brilliant video factory Milan, to create two virals for this campaign. The concept is: it doesn’t take much to ruin everything. Even a small quantity of coal can create a big damage to the environment. Enjoy!
MarStatueSacre is one of the most important international sellers of high-quality sacred statues, official provider of the Vatican and of many important churches worldwide, from Latin America to Nigeria. One year ago they asked us for a consultancy to redesign their website interface and navigation. We focused mainly on the reorganization of the catalog and on a more usable navigation for the user. One year later, the results of the redesign are amazing: since the redesign visits have doubled and pageviews have nearly quadrupled. Marstatue staff promised us a giant Our Lady statue for our rooftop studio!
We are pleased to announce our totally re-designed office in Milan. Inspired by some geometrical drawings by Leonardo da Vinci, we have worked together with the architect Paolo Curcio to design a comfortable, contemporary and completely tailor-made space… We enjoyed every moment of the construction project, from the main structure to the design of each piece of furniture. We love to call it “The Bubble”. On top of a roof facing the Sforza Castle and the Duomo, we can look at the sky and almost touch it!
The iPhone/iPad app we have developed for the Malta Tourism Authority has just reached 15,000 downloads in little more than a year from its release. The app is the official guide to the cultural highlights of Malta and can be downloaded for free from iTunes. It offers detailed info on the history and culture of the Maltese islands without forgetting useful tips for leisure activities and shopping. The app is currently available in three languages (English, Italian and French) but additional languages will soon be available.
How can you promote a college effectively? In 2006 we started by creating one of the first professional-looking school websites in Italy for Gonzaga, a college in Milan. The website produced great results, with visits and consequent subscriptions booming over the years. In 2011 we suggested Gonzaga to take a step further, opening one the first school Twitter channels in Italy and creating a series of promotional videos for YouTube. The videos are produced by DontMovie Film factory in cooperation with InvisibleStudio. They show students and teachers in the school environment, and had over 10.000 visualizations within one month since publication.
Last year we interviewed a Maltese architect, Konrad Buhajar, who was working with Renzo Piano on the redesign of the historical entrance of Valletta, Malta’s capital city, and the new Maltese Opera House. Now that building works are going ahead at full steam, it’s time to go back to our podcast to fully understand the project.
We have made an intense 15 days field trip in Garoua, North Cameroon, to document the wonderful work of an Italian NGO. We have followed the project coordinator, Gabriella Lorenzi, and her local collaborators in …