Access Media Client Portfolio
Access Media has produced websites and custom print publications for a number of clients:
Contacts is a "mini-magazine" produced by Access Media Group for CIBA Vision and a predecessor company, Wesley Jessen VisionCare.
Published biannually for seven years, Contacts reached consumers in the offices of optometrists and other eye care professionals. The publication enlightened prospective wearers about exciting options in contact lenses, such as colors, continuous wear, daily disposables and more.
Eye On Health is a 16-page magazine published for Vision Service Plan members.
Distributed in the offices of VSP doctors, the publication educates consumers on the importance of proper eye care and provides valuable information to help maintain overall eye health and wellness.
Access Media produced this issue on a turnkey basis, including the printing of one million copies.
For Paragon Vision Sciences, Access Media created a waiting-room publication designed to inform consumers about the option of Corneal Refractive Therapy.
This procedure uses specially designed contact lenses, worn during sleep, to reshape the cornea and enable glasses- and contacts-free daytime vision.
Also for Paragon, Access Media developed a website about SportSight GP, a contact lens that provides the functionality of polarized sport sunglasses, without the inconvenient obstruction of sunglass frames.
With its development and branding partners, Access Media created a complete corporate identity and online presence for a website providing elective surgery financing. The company was acquired by GE Money in 2003.
In 1998, Access Media obtained the ContactLenses.org domain on behalf of the Contact Lens Manufacturers Association and launched that group's consumer website. The site focuses on the advantages of GP contact lenses with a special emphasis on bifocal contact lenses.
The latest version of the site, seen at right, went live in November 2009. With this update, new topics were added including orthokeratology, keratoconus, astigmatism and monovision. The site's new locator can also help consumers to find an eye doctor.