Made To Order

Okie Pokie and Noodee Menu Design & Flow

When working with clients, we always start our relationship with marketing since that is my forte. Eventually, the relationship grows and I feel confident stepping outside the marketing bubble. For Okie Pokie and Noodee, I worked with Michelle to make their menu not only look good, but also function more effectively. Below you can see the minimalistic and clean design I created for their menu, but the problem was larger than creating a quickly digestible and order-oriented menu layout.

Okie Pokie and Noodee Menus

Creating the menu was step one to developing a better flow at Okie Pokie and Noodee. They needed a menu with a walkthrough of “Build Your Own Bowl” items that were in an order that optimized bowl-building speed. On top of that, we wanted to offer a clean read and a smaller menu size for portability.

Okie Pokie OKC and Noodee OKC Menu

The secondary goal of creating a new menu was to speed up the decision time it would take for guests once they approach the order counter. Being able to give guests a a menu as soon as they queue up helps eliminate a lot of decision time so Okie Pokie and Noodee can focus on doing what they do best, making delicious poké and noodle bowls!

Photography by: Regan Shorter

Between Two Ferms - Ep. 1, 2, &3

Beer Reviews from the Beer Experts!

When COOP Ale Works approached Out Of This World Marketing to do a series on their unique beers and their taste, “Between Two Ferms” was born. COOP’s team crafted a concept and title, and we had the opportunity to execute their vision. The first three episodes were shot on-site in COOP’s taproom. The set-up was:

  • 1 tripod camera that was stationary for the wide shot

  • 1 tripod camera for tight shots and zooms

  • A 3-part light kit

  • Boom mic

  • Beer, beer, and more beer

Give COOP some love and check out the DNR episode below, featuring Blake & “Blake’s Bitch” aka Will:

The F5 IPA was the first COOP beer I had the opportunity to try. It was probably around 4 years ago at a soft opening for Bricktown Brewery, and I was blown away by how much flavor they could pack into that little can! Enjoy the F5 episode here:

If you’re looking for a great go-to blonde, the Horny Toad happens to be one of Blake and Will’s favorite beers — they even boast it’s the one they drink the most often. Did you know the Horny Toad actually used to be advertised as a cerveza? Check out all the nuggets of info on the Horny Toad here:

So, if you’re down with the local beer scene, hop over to COOP’s YouTube page and hit that subscribe button!

Mexico City - The Adventures of Chris Cox

Artwork For Every Occasion

Those of you who know me well know I'm no stranger to graphic design. I like to spend my time creating doodles, logos, and crazy ideas like a travel poster series! I often start the process by sketching out the loose idea in my head and it starts to slowly evolve after research, inspiration, and almost always soliciting input from others.

The Chris Cox & Edgar visit Mexico City

I've always enjoyed my visits to Mexico. I boast that I can speak fluent Spanish when I'm drunk — it's half true. Day of the Dead has always been one of the most imaginative festivals to me.  After seeing "Spectre" & "Coco" they really sent me over the top and I knew I needed to book a trip and experience it for myself! I'm lucky to be joined by my friend Edgar who I have known since grade school. Edgar hails from Oaxaca - which, wildly enough, Childish Gambino name-drops in "This Is America." I'm excited to explore a new city and a new culture at such a unique celebration.

At Out Of This World Marketing, we have several graphic designers, including myself! So don't just consider us in terms of digital marketing and website design but think of it as a one-stop-shop for any design from logos to comic book style travel posters. We'll help you with any art piece no matter how large or small.

Creating PAWsitivity

What happens when you combine Poké with Dogs?

Our team got to combine efforts with Okie Pokie on their new recurring event: Poké  & Paws. Out Of This World Marketing helped flesh out the entire event concept, lock down logistics, brainstorm custom giveaways, create digital assets and posters, and host a mini photo shoot with some mini dogs. We're huge animal lovers, just ask Lindsey's pug mix, Sugar, on her doggy Instagram!

Okie Pokie is bringing the pup-love to the event with adoptions, thanks to The Underdogs Rescue Foundation.

Poke and Paws On The Patio

Working with models is always a blast. That is, until they decide they are done working with you. So how do you capture the perfect smiling dog shot? BURST MODE, lots of snapping and dog calls, treat bribes, meltdowns, and the occasional chasing down of models gone rogue.

In summation, if you need some creative event ideas or just the execution of your own ideas, our team is here to help. Woof!

The COOP Troupe

Bigger, Better, & Boozier - COOP Lands The Armory

By now you've heard the news, COOP Ale Works is moving to the 23rd Street Armory. It's a huge undertaking in a beautiful space, in the heart of OKC. Out Of This World Marketing is joining up with the good folks at COOP to document the process of creating the largest brewery the state has ever seen.

When we work with such a recognizable brand, it's important we craft a story that really shows the character of the client. COOP, in our eyes, is Oklahoma's craft-beer-pioneer, paving the way for fellow Oklahoma brewers and breaking stigmas that Oklahoma doesn't have good craft beer. Look, I'm a lover not a fighter -- but I'm more than willing to defend the great local beer that's been pouring around the state.

Cheers to COOP on the new space! We're excited to be working on such a large project with you.

 

Photography by: Regan Shorter