Our award winning work is strategically designed to deliver on specific, desired outcomes and consistently does so because we begin each project by discovering the objectives of any given marketing touchpoint, thereby streamlining its design process and improving its efficacy.
Louis Sullivan’s axiom “form follows function” is a cornerstone not only of architecture, but of all commercial design philosophy. While we pride ourselves on creating attractive, innovative work, this is only ever a beneficial side effect— not our driving force. Put simply: brains before beauty.
Our award winning work is strategically designed to deliver on specific, desired outcomes —be they increased awareness, customers, or profits— and consistently does so because we begin each project by asking, not “what is this going to look like?”, but simply: “what is this?”. Properly understanding the objectives of any given marketing touchpoint both streamlines its design process and improves its efficacy.
While we have access to a great deal of information from a variety of sources, experiences, and research methodologies, our clients and their stakeholders remain our enduring wellspring of inspiration. Each of our projects begins with a thorough, highly-caffeinated process of getting to know all about you: your history, personality, processes, successes, failures, and future goals. Coupling this with extensive research of your competitors, consumers and market environment.
Whether it’s war, sport, or business (which is a little of both) effective strategy is the key to victory. It makes no difference if you’re a small start-up, or a large-scale enterprise, having a strategy ensures that resources are optimised, obstacles are foreseen, and progress is measurable. Without it, your marketing output can not only have wastefully little or no effect, but worse, can even be harmful to your brand.