We provide strategists and user experience professionals to agencies for projects and new business pitches.
Let’s face it—the AOR is basically dead which means smaller agencies can no longer afford to keep digital strategists, SEO experts, information architects, user experience designers, and other critical roles on staff.
Maybe either isn’t enough work for an FTE (full-time employee) or you simply don’t contract enough of that kind of work—but you know you that each of these disciplines are involved enough that you can’t “wing it” on your own.
That’s where we come in. We provide freelance staffing of hard-to-find disciplines for project-based work—including new business pitches—for agencies that want them but can’t justify them full time.
Contact us if you need help in any of the areas below, or if you simply need a consultation. There’s no shame in admitting you don’t even know what you need to get the job done. This is a new area for a lot of agencies and there are no real standards to go by. Trust us. We’ve looked.
Our core offering. A digital strategist will provide you with a strategy that encompasses organic search, inbound marketing, content strategy and social media, so you don’t need to ask for those services separately—unless you need them broken out that way.
An Experience Designer is someone who thinks about the user first. They take a neutral stance between agency and client. Their job is to ensure all creative, development and even ideas are enjoyable to the target audience and something that audience wants or needs.
Search is the number one activity on the Web. It also represents intent of the customer to find something. Ignoring search is telling your customers you don’t care what if they find it on your site. Which means they will happily visit your competitors’ sites—even if their offerings are inferior. Search is even more critical on mobile devices.
You wouldn’t build a house without an architect, would you? Well, you could build a house without an architect, but will everything work together harmoniously? Will it get done on time? Not likely. The IA’s jobs are many: structure, sensible navigation, clarity, findability and just making sense of all the data and content you have.