Soda has worked for many corporate clients, both large and small. Our clients are based in the UK and overseas. Recent commissions have involved work in Saudi Arabia and China.
We work with our clients to generate artwork, public screen displays, corporate social responsibility campaigns and social media campaigns. Recent clients have included Boeing, Clyde and Co and Pfizer.
Multimedia Aggregation & Streaming Hyperscreen is Soda’s customisable software that takes social media text, still and video imagery and creates stunning, ever changing digital collages in real time. Like a virtual VJ, MASH can dynamically display content around products, services and events on screens large and small in realtime.
Tower Hamlets Education Business Partnership asked us to develop an interactive learning game about the City of London for 12- and 13-year-olds living in areas surrounding the City.
As part of the Year of the Artist initiative, Pfizer invited us to work as artists in residence at their new European Headquarters in Kent.
The financial application service provider Traderserve employed Soda to help design a fully graphical model-building interface as part of their service to automated traders.
A good example of our playful approach to design, the site is visually and dynamically arresting.
Commissioned by Media Projects International, five generative screen-based works ran in the Dickson CyberExpress shopping mall in Hong Kong, enhancing themed areas on fashion, sport, entertainment, technology and nature.
Delivered online and via CD ROM, the Java campaign planner for Northcliffe Newspaper Group enabled media buyers to select advertising space in NNG’s local newspapers and niche publications, and to obtain demographic information on their target readership. It won the 1999 BIMA business to business online award.
Originally commissioned by the online bank Egg, Loyalty was a Customer Relationship Management training game used to focus CRM training sessions.
Pricewaterhouse Coopers came to Soda looking for a creative solution to a specific training need within their evolving global organisation.
Druid was a commissioned centrepiece for the gallery area in the Reading headquarters of Druid (now Xansa).