Over the last 20 years, we’ve never focused on just one sector, and this is intentional. Working across multiple sectors can give you variety, open your mind, and keep your creatives sharper.
Often clients will judge agencies on how many case studies they have in one particular sector. By only focusing on this you are limiting your view on specific work rather than best work. Case studies should instead demonstrate similar process and outcomes with, of course, positive ROI.
Understanding the world you are designing for is important. Very important. However, having a wider view on the connected world and what the target market is interested in, whether its automotive, property, retail or other, means we can tap into areas we know the user understands and in turn motivates them.
You wouldn’t want your hotel to look like every other hotel, and you wouldn’t want to mimic another piece of technology so why choose an agency with such a small creative pool?
We don’t work on one size fits all brands. We don’t just work in one sector and produce one style of work. The reason we don’t do this is because we don’t want to get stuck in a rut. We have excited creatives, user-focused strategies and a high desire to create successful creative work.
Move away from generic and celebrate your unique position, be user-focused and not safely tucked away. These days blending in gets you nowhere.