Live Love Discover is a digital creation company centered around the fusion of nature and technology that allows artists to showcase their own work, while being a creative entity of its own that gives back to the community.
Now a single man operation, LLD will remain a collaborative powerhouse due to the communities its cultivated in the past and will continue to grow through the Rize.
Artists connecting with other artists is critical for creators to be inspired, avoid burnout, and can help them reach their highest potential. Current social media sites have gotten out of control with privacy invasion and toxic cultures- leaving artists questioning why they would subject themselves or their fans to these online resources.
I hope to build a better environment focused on fan privacy and artist connectivity. Using the experience gained from past projects and a new format for getting input from the community, the future is on the Rize.Take Part (coming soon)
Every journey requires a first step, and this was ours. Live Love Discover needed to test the nature of apps and, in particular, figure out how the ‘freemium’ game-app pipeline worked. Ultimately, this was not a workflow we enjoyed so all ads and sales pitches were removed.
We received a grant from the city of Lincoln, Nebraska to finish the final phase of our R&D project: in-person marketing and digital media buying. The campaign utilized a group of Advertising and Public Relations (ADPR) students from the the University of Nebraska–Lincoln Journalism and Mass Communications College for on campus activities.
Live Love Discover and Huskertech paired up to create a mobile application featuring the latest in experiential technology for enhancing the temporary exhibit, “Museum Builders: A Story of Fossils & Friendship” which was located on the third floor of the University of Nebraska State Museum-Morrill Hall.
Adding an extra layer of adventure and immersion, the app uses Bluetooth Low Energy, Augmented Reality, and Image Detection to give users a peak into the future of museums while learning about the oldest museum in Nebraska’s past. Although currently out of service, the app still works in the Nebraska Capitol and on a few animals in the background of this page.