Evolution Bureau, San Francisco, was tapped by Francis Ford Coppola’s film studio American Zoetrope to design the menus for the DVD release of The Godfather Trilogy.
Mediasmith in San Francisco was selected to handle Roxio’s offline media planning and buying. Roxio, a recent spinoff of Adaptec, develops CD-burning software.
San Francisco-based Moxy has added four new accounts: Informix Software, a database company; SendMail, a company that provides Internet messaging solutions; Western Multiplex, which deals in fixed wireless connectivity solutions; and E-Color, which specializes in color on Web sites.
Industrial cleaning firm MiraClean selected Bulldog Drummond in San Diego for its $3 million account after a review.
Swietlik has expanded its Santa Monica headquarters. The added 2,000-square-foot space includes a new bay with an Avid DS, which will allow the editing boutique to offer its clients full-service capabilities.
Penna Powers Cutting & Haynes, Salt Lake City, has merged with ProClix Interactive Marketing. The new company, PPCH ProClix, has clients including Iomega Technology, the Utah Jazz and Freightliner Trucks.
DDB in Seattle has created public-service announcements for the Ronald McDonald House of Western Washington. TV and radio spots, which use real stories to focus on the charity’s work with sick children and their families, will air for at least four months.
Methodologie, Seattle, has formed an alliance with Paul Ingram and his company, Ingram Labs. The arrangement seeks to combine Methodologie’s interactive capabilities with Ingram’s creative.
Seattle-based Parker LePla has added two pro-bono brand development clients: the Pomegranate Center, a nonprofit organization that helps establish community-built gathering places in urban areas; and the Kitsap County Dispute Resolution Center, which offers low-cost mediation and facilitation services.
—compiled by Jon Jurich