Work

Planned Parenthood – North Central States
Planned Parenthood – North Central States
Planned Parenthood – North Central States
  • Media

Coming Together For a Cause

Planned Parenthood North Central States used to work with multiple media and creative vendors to execute their media plan. Happy Medium took all of that work under one roof and made it run (and perform) better than it ever has before.

Eat, Drink, Swipe
Eat, Drink, Swipe
Eat, Drink, Swipe
  • Strategy

Doing Good Well

The result of Happy Medium’s first-ever company hackathon, Eat, Drink, Swipe is a custom site we built to support local bars and restaurants through the COVID-19 pandemic. This tool makes it easy for users to find local businesses to support and illustrates Happy Medium’s commitment to the Des Moines community.

Iowa Finance Authority
Iowa Finance Authority
Iowa Finance Authority
  • Creative
  • Dev
  • UX

Closing on a New Website

Happy Medium was ready to make IFA’s new website a place that housed more than just information. We wanted to make the website a place where any user could be successful. We knew IFA’s website had an essential role in building confidence among users to help them discover everything IFA has to offer.

Kum & Go
Kum & Go
Kum & Go
  • Creative
  • Design
  • Dev
  • UX
  • Video

A Store on Every Laptop

Kum & Go is a convenience chain that prides itself on its clean stores and sterling customer service. They worked with Happy Medium to transfer their in-store experience online. With an updated website and a new social attitude, Kum & Go was able to make friendly, helpful and engaging a digital thing.

University of Northern Iowa
University of Northern Iowa
University of Northern Iowa
  • Media

Top Marks in Media

The University of Northern Iowa was facing a problem. With attendance stalling, they realized that the recruitment messages they produced were either falling on deaf ears or weren’t effectively communicating the unique benefits of an education at UNI. They came to Happy Medium to find an answer to one of the hardest questions in marketing: How can we reach the right audience with the right message?