A campaign with a BIG name.

The National Blood Clot Alliance contacted us to design, develop, and deploy a large scale campaign that was backed and funded by the CDC. The campaign was called Stop the Clot, Spread the Word™ and brought in over 40,000 visitors within a three month period. The campaign was also featured on the CDC website and the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services website.

Built for sharing.

The purpose of the Stop the Clot, Spread the Word™ campaign was to educate people on the risk factors, signs and symptoms, and prevention information about blood clots. The primary call-to-action of the campaign was social media sharing with loved ones.

Information at a glance.

The infographic we created for this campaign had the dual purpose of being informational and driving people to the landing page. We selected the most pertinent information from the landing page and added graphics to make the information easier to digest.

People Reached
Countries Reached

This website’s cool features.

Responsive design.

Stop the Clot, Spread the Word™ website does not simply shrink to fit on phones and tablets; it detects the size of the screen it is being viewed on. Then, it automatically adjusts the size of the images and the layout of the content to provide the best possible experience for the viewer.

Social sharing.

With social sharing being the key element of the campaign, we incorporated obvious and easy-to-use buttons for visitors to share the campaign with their friends and family on their desired social media platform.

Sharable and downloadable.

Besides sharing the campaign as a whole, we also integrated the ability for visitors to share and download other campaign items such as a risk factor chart, signs and symptoms chart, and the official campaign video.