Miami Ad School’s Innovation Team gives our students unparalleled experience working with clients while still in school. This is the “learn by doing” philosophy we are known for. Guidance through briefing, feedback and presentation practice so when it is time to step in front of the client, they are comfortable, polished and ready. Take a look below at some of the projects our students created and testimonials from former clients.
Pippa Seichrist talks about how Unicef came to Miami Ad School to tap into the Millennial mindset to bring awareness to an epidemic in Sahel, Africa. Students from all of our schools around the world were able to participate leading to a truly global experience.
Harnessing the power of social media, students Tan Su-Lin and Rafa Hessel created this video for their idea of donating your birthday though a Facebook app. Unicef loved the idea and chose the concept to move forward into production. The final piece is to the right.
Unicef worked with the students to make the app a reality. It was produced by B-Reel and Phosworks, and as you can see, the professional video is very similar to the one produced by our students! Projects like this help our students become better prepared for the real world.
Nicholas Ledner Social Media, Trends Coordinator UNICEF
“I would encourage any client who’s interested in getting a different point of view from a different audience to come down to Miami Ad School.”
Richard Burjaw General Manager, Coffee Partnership Starbucks
“We got a lot of ideas that were just great, and usable, and that's all we could ask for.”
Murray Gaylord VP Brand Marketing Yahoo!
“There’s nobody better out there to help figure out what their peers want than their peers. It is for the millennials, by the millennials.”
Jim Miligan President Freedom Zone