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Finding it hard to get that project over the line? Not got the right team? Or having resource issues?
How many times have you found yourself with a last-minute digital project? That is high priority, has a short timeline and with no internal resource to tackle it? Rest easy, we’ve got you. Here is how we helped two brands with exactly these challenges.
“It’s pretty rare that we come across
an agency with the same level of flexibility as us.”
Mark Fletcher – Pitch hero
Much like the 12th man, we can play a helpful and significant role in your brand game.
When turnaround times are short, resources are stretched, or you simply require some fresh ideas we can provide support to your marketing team, in any capacity that works for you.
Tall recently supported PitcheroGPS; a world-class technology company specialising in designing and manufacturing GPS Player Vests. By helping them create UX and UI designs to refresh their website and App we ultimately allowed PitchheroGPS to communicate fresh ideas dynamically and effectively with their audiences.
Using storyboarding, design and prototyping to look at how best to display key benefits (keeping in mind technical restrictions) we repurposed existing content to amplify the brand, its visual presence and a significant refresh of the site and Apps UI.
The result? A home win… A design driven by performance and a ready to use design system that was taken forward by Pitchero’s development team and rolled out within the launch timescales.
See for yourself – www.pitcherogps.com
We recently teamed up with 10 Associates; a Yorkshire brand & design consultancy to launch a new brand and website for the UK’s fastest-growing bed and mattress retailer, Happy Beds.
10 Associates took the lead on the brand development while our work centred around the website design UI. Happy Beds brought the two agencies’ skills together to help take the business to the next level and support Happy Beds in communicating effectively with their customers.
We designed and developed a standardised look that worked across different digital communications. This collection of rules, principles, constraints and best practices guided the library of UI components. The components were explained through static graphics and where needed, prototyped examples. These guidelines set out the main principles and gave examples for a selection of key components that would steer future developers and designers when creating Happy Beds material.
See for yourself – www.happybeds.co.uk
The final piece of the puzzle.
When we’re fully focused on your needs, together we’re stronger, smarter and more creative than any one person could be on their own. Whether you’re looking for a small project or long term business partnership we’re here to lend a helping hand.