Picture this: Your company just announced they’re hosting a huge conference. You’ve lined up fantastic speakers, scheduled innovative sessions, and reserved space at a centrally located hotel. Great! But now you’re tasked with getting the word out. It should be easy, right? You’re promoting a great event and have an engaging story to tell.
When’s the last time you analyzed your company’s website? Have you looked through each page to ensure everything is correct, updated, and easy to maneuver throughout – even going further and digging into your Google Analytics dashboard?
Businesses are always looking for ways stand out. And in today’s digital world, one of the most effective places to do that is with an eye-catching website. Unfortunately, keeping your site up to date -- let alone functional -- while running a business is easier said than done.
BigWheel’s new site is a beautiful representation of what happens when collaboration has the time and space to thrive. Each team member contributed to the site’s final version -- and feedback played a key role throughout the process. One of the main drivers of this collaborative spirit was BigWheel designer Mariell Utsman.
When we first decided to build a new website, it was like someone unleashed a stampede of kittens and puppies in the office. The excitement was palpable. What colors would we go with? Could the team collaborate on a few animations?
It feels like everywhere we look we’re bombarded by advertisements -- and the way they're delivered is constantly changing. Fifty years ago, the only ads people encountered were printed in the newspaper, posted on a billboard, or aired on TV and radio.