Pinellas Safe Start is part of a national campaign committed to stopping the exposure to violence among children age 0-6. In an effort to achieve their goal, Pinellas Safe Start asked Ryah Creative Group and Voss and Associates to develop a marketing campaign. The two companies crafted a plan that included a video, PSA’s, a resource CD-ROM and a web site. Ryah Creative Group developed the creative concepts, then wrote, produced and designed all of the interactive elements. To reach a larger audience, Ryah Creative Group developed Spanish language versions of the videos and the website. For their efforts, both Ryah Creative Group and Voss and Associates were recognized nationally by the….
As the leading provider of educational content for universities and high schools across North America, Prentice Hall turned to Ryah Creative Group to develop CD-ROM and web-based programming designed to help instructors teach students and to help students better retain the information. Ryah Creative Group produces a multitude of media rich, educational products across a variety of subjects. Because of their professionalism and expertise in the multimedia field, Ryah Creative Group worked directly with the instructors to deliver content for Prentice Hall. The end result gives Prentice Hall more dynamic instructional resources that ultimately provide a better educational experience for instructors and students.
Colorectal cancer affects ?? million Americans. Upon hearing the diagnosis, the victims and their loved ones are filled with uncertainty, fear, and a myriad of questions. To help patients and their families cope with this disease, CMP Media hired Ryah Creative Group to produce a DVD designed to answer key questions about this cancer, explained what colorectal cancer is, how it is treated, and what those affected can do to help. Teaming with leading medical experts at Georgetown Medical Center in Washington DC., Ryah Creative Group wrote and produced nearly an hours worth of informative content that included interviews with patients such as former White House Press Secretary Tony Snow. More than 30,000 copies of the DVD have been distributed, free of charge, to patients and their families.