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Thursday, October 3, 2013

Riding into Q4 with Intuitive (and some new friends)

Crossing into the Fourth Quarter of 2013, we at Intuitive have been busy wrapping up a number of projects over the months.

The projects ranged from a video that commemorated the illustrious career of an eminent law professor for the National University of Singapore Faculty of Law, followed by two web videos featuring a popular local blogger for Skin Inc, the world's first Skin Supplement Bar, to more recently, a launch video for Sembcorp Industries which kicked off a momentous event for the Vietnam-Singapore Industrial Park, where the Vietnamese government hosted Singapore's Prime Minister and his delegates.

Apart from our regular corporate work, we are also in the midst of pre-production for a broadcast series that will air in January 2014.

In the midst of the hustle and bustle, we also had the opportunity to meet with the inspiring people behind two very meaningful organizations and share their stories.

Dignity Kitchen ( is a one-of-a-kind hawker training social enterprise that focuses on the training of and job placement for the disabled and the disadvantaged. As part of our ongoing involvement, we have recently finished a marketing video for Project Dignity, as they open up their WDA-approved WSQ Food Stall Operations program for anyone looking to enter the trade.

We also recently completed a corporate profile video for MCYC Community Services Society (, in time for their Charity Gala Dinner. We had the privilege of interacting with the passionate staff and the children, youths and parents they assist through their many programs, which includes a successful Literacy Centre and popular Student Care Centres.

Friday, March 15, 2013

Intuitive Films Goes Up To The Clouds with Acumatica

Produced by Intuitive Films for Acumatica.

Working closely with leading Cloud ERP software provider, Acumatica, Intuitive Films conceptualized a series of 4 animated videos for their brand upgrading campaign. These 'hero videos' headline their outreach to the different segments of their target customer base.

Intuitive Films started consulting with Acumatica in the early stages of the rebranding exercise and was responsible for crafting the look and direction of the videos. This includes creating the 'hero' character, fine-tuning the messaging and incorporating the new Acumatica logo in fun, striking ways.

Using humor, wit and a contemporary animation style, the series of videos ties in strongly with the new brand image of Acumatica.