If a picture is worth a thousand words, a video is worth 24,000 words a second.



This was our approach for the redesign of KreekSpeak.com. Our vision was to create a short movie-trailer style to re-launch Adam’s brand. We collaborated with Kreek’s team and Dave Wallace Video Production to develop a story board and production of the video. This wide-screen featured film encapsulates Adam’s new brand in 150 seconds, and is a permanent fixture on the home page.

This approach is the latest trend in website design: launching a site with full-screen video to tell your brand and product story.

Olympic Gold Medalist turned adventurer and social entrepreneur, Adam delivers keynotes for high performance individuals and corporate clients. Working with Adam and the past 7 years, Leap has helped KreekSpeak grow their web presence and evolve their brand. A few years after his last web update, Adam decided it was time for another fresh perspective.

Though his Olympic success is a huge part of his identity, Adam is also a father, business owner, and adventurer. These combined experiences  Leap worked with Adam and his team to showcase these qualities and set Adam apart from other motivational speakers.

The full screen video on the home page is a defining feature that makes Adam’s site stand out. When a user lands on the page, the video plays automatically as the background (without sound). The result of this video is stunning. Immediately attracting attention and interest, Adam’s video tells his story and gives an idea of the inspiration he can offer. The video can be clicked on and played full length, with sound.

Having a unique website can make all the difference when you’re trying to set yourself apart in your industry. The Kreek team says: “In our business, we work with clients across North America and rely heavily on our website’s ability to highlight the exceptional quality and uniqueness of our services.  Leap has achieved this for us – time and time again”.

To see the full effect Adam’s inspiring video, check out the new KreekSpeak website.