IP Pixel

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IP Pixel
Private
Industry Digital Agency
Founded 2002
Headquarters Chicago, United States
Key people
Jeff Marshall, SVP
Nick Yecke, VP
Parent Publicis
Website www.ippixel.com

IP Pixel is a Chicago, United States based digital creative agency owned by Publicis Groupe and an operating unit of Starcom Mediavest Group.

History[edit]

IP Pixel was founded in 2003 by Nicholas Yecke, John Rafferty and Jen Schreiber then members of Starcom IP - Starcom WorldWide, held by the Publicis Groupe. In 2007 Publicis restructured Pixel into a fully integrated part of its Starcom MediaVest Group.[1]

Notable Clients[edit]

IP Pixel's clients include: PetSmart, LEGO, Nintendo, Mattel, Miller, ESPN, Allstate, Walgreens, H&R Block, Washington Mutual, Beam Global, McDonald's, Feeding America.

Pro bono clients include: Global Giving, Lambda Legal.

Awards[edit]

  • 2007, Finalist, IAB Mixx Awards - Super Rich Media - Nintendo Wii
  • 2007, Finalist, Webby Awards – WaMu TrappedBanker.com [2] and Allstate "It Takes A Thief" [3]
  • 2007, Finalist, The Journal of Financial Advertising and Marketing Media Strategy Awards – Allstate, "It Takes A Thief"
  • 2007 Silver Winner – Retail Advertising & Marketing Association RACie Awards – PetSmart Online Circular Ads
  • 2006 Bronze Cyber Lion, WaMu TrappedBanker.com
  • 2006 Co-Presenter - 2006 Yahoo! Creative Conference. Chicago
  • 2006 Myers Media Innovation & Creativity Platinum Award – Allstate 24 (TV series) Sponsorship, LEGO Revenge of the Brick
  • 2005, Finalist, AdWeek Buzz Awards, Allstate – 24 (TV series) Sponsorship
  • 2005 AdWeek Buzz Awards - LEGO Revenge of the Brick Campaign

References[edit]

Official site[edit]

We Are Pixel.