Smart, compelling content that simplifies complexity, creates connections with customers and establishes brand leadership. Estuary works with clients to develop strategies to turn their most complex data and information into content. We work with a network of talented, seasoned partners, and customize teams based on the specific needs of our projects.
GE Power & Water
GE wanted to highlight how technology and innovation in power generation have improved performance and efficiency throughout the company's history. We developed 14 graphic banners, each telling a different story.
GE Industrial Internet
In October, 2014, GE hosted an event to showcase progress against their Industrial Internet initiative. Estuary designed an interactive infographic to highlight the rapid growth in the complexity of the Industrial Internet and the number of connected devices.
Egon Zehnder is one of the world's largest Executive Recruiting firms. Egon Zehnder created the Global Board Index™ (GBI) in 2008 to track and evaluate trends among S&P 500 boards relative to board composition, global capability, and business performance.
Estuary created an infographic for the release of the 2014 Global Board Capability report that underscored the key finding from the research: despite the increasingly global nature of business, boards of directors for US-based companies are still largely comprised of Americans with limited international business experience.
Estuary worked with AbilTo on a comprehensive rebranding program that included positioning, identity and the development of a new web site.
Battelle is the world's largest nonprofit research and development organization, with over 22,000 employees at more than 130 locations globally. Battele was founded on industrialist Gordon Batelle's vision that business and scientific interests can go hand-in-hand as forces for positive change.
Estuary was hired to develop a campaign to engage employees in Battelle’s new purpose: Solving What Matters Most.
Battelle wanted their employees to feel excited about their work for Battelle and their connection to one another. The campaign we developed highlighted the role of all employees in the larger Battelle story.
Digital Resource Productivity
Estuary design a white paper for GE, highlighting the role of the Industrial Internet in improving the productivity of the world's limited natural resources. Our design objective was to make the technical content approachable and understandable for a broad audience.
GE Industrial Internet
Russell Reynolds Associates is a premier executive search firm that has been serving clients globally for the past 40 years. The Annual Shareholders Meeting represents a critical opportunity for the CEO to communicate his leadership agenda to the firm. Estuary was engaged to develop key strategic messages, and deliver them through presentation and video.
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Life Before Estuary
By 2007, it was clear that the world is becoming increasingly complex, and that through the latest advanced technology, we have access to more data than ever before. In our efforts to find new ways to engage our target audiences, we launched one of the very first (and we think the best!) data visualization platforms for corporate branding.
Stats of the Union
There are terabytes of health data available, but it's difficult to navigate. With Stats of the Union, together with our partners at Fathom, we made it possible to examine over 70 health indicators at the county level across the United States with just the pinch of a finger. You can visit the itunes store to download this app for free.
Along with our partners at MIT, based on 7.2 million de-identified patient records, we created this disease network visualization to help illustrate the prevalence of common conditions, and the relationships between them. This visualization enables users to uncover some surprising associations.
GE’s technology generates a quarter of the world’s daily electricity, with nearly 10,000 GE gas turbines installed around the world. Working with our friends at Fathom, we took a look at 713 of these gas turbines over the course of 2 weeks to see just how much energy was produced.