Our new social department watches trends in urban media and reacts to them
-- or hell, even creates them. 

This experiential social department is a future-forward venture that facilitates engagement through unique, inspiring, and memorable experiences and campaigns. 

The launch of this department comes in two phases to set clear milestones and limit risk. By bringing together our talented social team with Wildcard's measured process, we're able to create big wins for Myriad Media and our clients. 

We redesigned the classic "I Voted sticker in our #VoteRaleigh campaign. Tina and Jed hung a large mural in downtown Raleigh, passed out buttons and stickers, and created a video. So far the campaign has been featured in the Wall Street Journal and has had tremendous engagement on social media. 

We redesigned the classic "I Voted sticker in our #VoteRaleigh campaign. Tina and Jed hung a large mural in downtown Raleigh, passed out buttons and stickers, and created a video. So far the campaign has been featured in the Wall Street Journal and has had tremendous engagement on social media. 

 
 

As media now touches every aspect of consumer culture, brands are looking for new ways to stand out to potential consumers. Major brands are incorporating experiential and integrated campaigns into their advertising budgets (see also: sponsored content).

This results in a new culture of increasingly creative, engaging “advertising” that looks more like entertainment than sales. We work with clients—and create our own projects, too—making it a flexible and forward-leaning department.