What is Media Hygiene? Simply put, this is where I create and post motion-graphics, advertising, design, commercial storyboards, and self-promotion work. It's clean, to the point, and if I am successful, inspirational. The assignments are done on purpose, for clients and potential clients alike.
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Monday, September 18, 2017
Swiffer Pushes Their Duster Across Social Media
Screen shots taken from Swiffer's Facebook page
When you have a brand, push it.
That's what Swiffer did after it released it's Swiffer Wet Jet Mop in 2001. Swiffer has been successful in providing an alternative to the old mop and bucket approach to cleaning floors. You can press the trigger to release soap for your floor, mop over it until it's clean then move on. The mop heads are disposable. When they are dirty, peel off and replace a new one. The cleaning solutions fit snugly in place to give a constant supply of soap.
With this innovation, Swiffer built upon their brand. They began offering Swiffer Sweepers (a dry mop that attracts dust and hair) and Swiffer Dusters for furniture, along with an extension arm for hard to reach places.
I've been mopping my floors with Swiffer since they first hit the marketplace. It's only natural that Swiffer has extended it's product line to all things cleaning. I'm sure some of the product varieties will be around longer than others. What doesn't work, goes away to replaced by something more useful.
My version of the Swiffer pitch frames, mocked-up with UI elements
In this playful Social Media spot for Swiffer Dusters, the Swiffer is cheerfully dusting along in those hard to reach places, while undaunted by the perpetual mantelpiece it is eager to clean. The surf-type guitar music evokes a hip, emerging culture where cleaning your house can be effortless. The superimposed titles keep the viewer immersed in this playful spot.
It was a fairly straightforward job to storyboard. A key goal was showing the Swiffer extension handle allowing the dust pad to reach hard-to-clean places. Once we figured out the sequence and arranged each item to provide visual variety, it was basically a product demonstration.
Building a brand takes intention and constant evaluation of results. Be persistent. Without that effort to expand and improve, your brand might get left in the dust.