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Plant-Based Meat / UCLA

Submitted By Sakol Mongkolkasetarin

Description

Can a burger save the world? According to UCLA experts, plant-based meat can help fight climate change. To learn more about the science of plant-based meat, visit https://ucla.in/35a4YRe.

Objective

Launched in 2012, UCLA’s advertising campaign featured notable Bruins, highlighting their accomplishments that made a difference with the belief that anything is possible. Called the “Optimists” campaign, the messaging has remained relatively unchanged for the past seven years. With the advent of UCLA’s 100 year anniversary, the time was right to unveil a new, updated message and transition the brand campaign to effectively communicate the positive impact UCLA has on making the world a better place. The new campaign needed to be rooted in UCLA’s mission of research, education and service. It needed to highlight society’s most pressing challenges and how UCLA programs and research are developing solutions for them. Knowledge discussed in the classroom, plays a fundamental role in solving the biggest issues of our times. How do we show the power of knowledge? By showing knowledge is our path forward. To extend the brand campaign into social media, videos were created to tell stories of what UCLA is doing to resolve issues of our times.

Technical Challenge

As a public educational institution, production budgets are limited. As an in-house creative department, resources are limited. As a university brand message delivered through social media channels, being topical and relevance is vital. Having a creative and compelling concept scripted and designed to maximize budget, resources and timing was a challenge worth undertaking.

Client

UCLA

Agency

UCLA Strategic Communications
http://brand.ucla.edu/

Media

Interactive

Market

Education

Credits

Art Director

Sakol Mongkolkasetarin

Writer

James Knutila

Agency Producer

Robert Cox

Editor

Brian Belinkoff

Content Strategist

Amanda Savercool

Account Executive

Melony Varnado

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