Really, it's about art. Art for the sake of Science. With an extremely specialized team of scientifically trained, tech-savvy, creative strategists, we provide a unique service to the healthcare industry – teaching science with impactful digital media.
We make things that help people understand science. iPad apps that explain diseases, animations that show how medical therapies work, and materials that provide guidance for patients - these are just a few examples. But it’s not limited to mechanism of action, mechanism of disease, or patient adherence materials. We design experiential media for live events like conventions and meetings. Things get pretty nerdy around here, and we’re always looking for new ways to break through.
Innovative scientific storytelling is our thing. Does it need to teach a scientific concept? Should it be innovative and engaging? Do you want it to look cool? Then we should probably be working together. And at Radius, we’re not just a group of tech-obsessed creatives. We run a tight ship of account and project management built on a decade of experience in healthcare.
Oncology, immunology, endocrinology, cardiology, hematology, medical devices, surgical procedures and pharmaceutical manufacturing. It’s just a list of long words. But when you consider our responsibilities – to educate a child about a chronic illness they were born with, to help a spouse care for their loved one, to help a doctor better understand the differences between cancer therapies – you’ll understand why the work below is executed with dedication and reverence.
Medical illustrators, animators, UX developers, project managers, programmers…yes. But to honestly describe them? Scientists. Artists. Visionaries. Savants. And above all, people who are excited to come to the studio and work as a family.
Michelle's come a long way from the 4th grader that sold her drawings of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles on the playground. Her foundation in business management, coupled with her "time on the board," has afforded her opportunities to work with and learn from companies all over the country. Now, with Brandon, she's thrilled to be running one of their own.
Since 2002, Brandon has been producing educational media for healthcare. During his career, he has received both national and international awards for scientific storytelling, largely due to his background as an educator and artist. He also used to be a manicurist. You should ask him about it.