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404-205-8135

101 Arch Street, 21st Floor Boston, MA 02110


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617-848-5435

abbot

8111 Lyndon B Johnson Fwy Suite 1045 Dallas, TX 75251


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972-684-5606

Doug Davis

1453 3rd Street Promenade, Suite 310 Santa Monica, CA 90401


Agency Oasis Los Angeles

727-420-1019

Greg Rice

1412 Broadway New York, NY 10018


Office

212-817-6597

abbot

150 California Street, Suite 300 San Francisco, CA 94111


Office

727-420-1019

Greg Rice

In the Southeast Region, contact Nathan Christopher.

To submit an RFP, please use the form below and Nathan willl contact you.


404-205-8135

US-East@agencyoasis.com

In the Northeast Region, contact Mark Abbott.

To submit an RFP, please use the form below and Mark will contact you.


617-848-5435

US-East@agencyoasis.com

In the South & Midwest South region, contact Doug Davis.

To submit an RFP, please use the form below and Doug will contact you.

972-684-5606

US-South@agencyoasis.com

In the Western region, contact Greg Rice

To submit an RFP, please use the form below and Greg will contact you.

727-420-1019

US-West@agencyoasis.com

In the New York region, contact Mark Abbott.

To submit an RFP, please use the form below and Mark will contact you.

212-817-6597

US-East@agencyoasis.com

In the Western region, contact Greg Rice.

To submit an RFP, please use the form below and Greg will contact you.

727-420-1019

US-West@agencyoasis.com




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Our Work

MCPHS

Challenge:

In an effort to boost enrollment, MCPHS University reached out to Agency Oasis to explore the creation of a micro-site to target a recruit audience with consolidated and engaging content. This project allowed the messaging and visuals to be optimized for one audience, instead of serving many audiences, as the broad reaching university site needs to do. However, it was critical that the content of the micro-site remain centralized through the current WCMS.

Strategy:

Agency Oasis began by working closely with MCPHS stakeholders to understand the brand value proposition, content, and conversion pathways most relevant to the target audience. We identified articles of content to leverage from the existing website and partnered with the university’s traditional media agency to absorb current campaign visuals. The resulting user experience designs employ a heavy use of imagery to provide a sense of place and culture. Parallax scrolling and other modern design qualities are juxtaposed with traditional feeling elements like the university seal and serif typefaces to balance tradition with modernity. With the hyper-accessible placement of conversion tools, such that the “Request Appointment” toolbar at the right of the screen, this site is optimized for conversion.

Results:

This micro-site has been so successful since its launch that there is a current initiative underway to carry over the same user experience to the primary MCPHS University website.