Over the last few months, our Knoxville agency had the opportunity to hire new marketing team members. We want to take the time to introduce you to them, as you’ll either be seeing them in meetings... or playing against them on our ping pong table if you’re in our office.
According to the Nielsen Norman Group, most users leave a website within 10 to 20 seconds, so it’s crucial to build an engaging site that communicates your brand’s value proposition up front.
No matter how hectic things get, having a strong set of values can keep your team grounded. To help highlight BigWheel’s core values, each member of our design team took on a few that spoke to them. The goal? Interpret the value and create a visual representation -- no boundaries.
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?
BigWheel is having a big party; and you’re all invited. #CincoDeBigWheel is back for its seventh year in a row, with two twists; it’s taking place in August instead of May, and BigWheel HQ has undergone a total transformation.
Since the beginning of February, BigWheel’s offices on Volunteer Landing have been undergoing major renovations. With a massive kitchen, a fireplace, and beer on tap (come on … are you really that surprised?), the new digs offer a cool, collaborative space for employees and clients alike. Ready to tour the brand-new BigWheel HQ?