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The Creative Agency Podcast
43 minutes | a year ago
045 Pitching and Pricing Smart – Agency Advisor Blair Enns
Blair Enns is CEO of Win Without Pitching and the author of The Win Without Pitching Manifesto and Pricing Creativity: A Guide to Profit Beyond the Billable Hour. Blair joins the Creative Agency Podcast to talk about both books and strategies creative agencies can use to improve their effectiveness, autonomy, and bottom line. Get your copy of The Win Without Pitching Manifesto Get Your Copy of Pricing Creatively: A Guide to Profit Beyond the Billable Hour The post 045 Pitching and Pricing Smart – Agency Advisor Blair Enns appeared first on The Creative Agency Podcast.
39 minutes | 2 years ago
044 The Cannabis Niche – Jared Mirsky of Wick & Mortar
Jared Mirsky is CEO of Wick & Mortar, a branding and marketing agency specializing in the cannabis industry. Jared started out as a freelancer working with local nightclubs on branding and marketing. He used a combination of Yelp and SEO tactics to grow his client base. His work with nightclubs led to the cannabis industry and legalization became a catalyst for business growth. Jared has used his personal brand, as well as deep insights into the cannabis industry, to put Wick and Mortar center stage. Jared and Wick & Mortar have been featured in publications such as Entrepreneur, Forbes, CNN, Geekwire, The Dieline, HighTimes, and more. Find out how narrowing your focus can take your agency even higher. Learn more about Jared and his agency: Entrepreneur Media https://www.entrepreneur.com/author/jared-mirsky2 https://www.greenentrepreneur.com/author/jared-mirsky2 Huffington Post https://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/08/30/marijuana-marketers_n_3832448.html CNN Money https://money.cnn.com/2015/03/09/smallbusiness/marijuana-startups/ The Dieline https://thedieline.com/blog/2017/6/6/this-seattle-based-design-agency-was-create-specifically-for-the-cannabis-industry Podcasts https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/branding-cannabis/id1372502413?mt=2 https://www.periodiceffects.com/episodes/e040 https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-periodic-effects-ca-28688711/episode/e040-rebranding-the-cannabis-industry-29292538/ https://litlucidpodcast.com/episode-22-jared-mirsky/ https://player.fm/series/benjamin-holness/wick-and-mortar http://stayrootd.com/strong-cannabis-branding-need-know/ Speaker / Instructor Speaking Reel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8pO-CqncGr4 The post 044 The Cannabis Niche – Jared Mirsky of Wick & Mortar appeared first on The Creative Agency Podcast.
43 minutes | 2 years ago
043 A New Employee Every Month – Andrea Engstrom of Bajillion Agency
Can you imagine hiring a new employee every month? Bajillion Agency is doing it. Andrea Engstrom president and founder of Bajillion Agency is setting goals and achieving them at a rapid pace. Established in 2015, Bajillion is now a 26 person agency. Andrea goes into detail about how they’ve grown and maintained a vibrant culture. She shares tips on winning new business and hiring new employees. If you want to grow your agency, you’ll want to listen in! Mentioned on this show: The Ideal Team Player by Patrick Lencioni: https://www.tablegroup.com/books/ideal-team-player (The interview questions can be found in the Free Tools section of that page). The post 043 A New Employee Every Month – Andrea Engstrom of Bajillion Agency appeared first on The Creative Agency Podcast.
41 minutes | 3 years ago
042 The Entrepreneurial Operating System For Agencies – Mike Paton of EOS Worldwide
In this episode, we explore the benefits of using The Entrepreneurial Operating System to grow your agency. And who better to interview on this subject than Mike Paton (pronounced Payton) the Visionary at EOS Worldwide. Paton has spent most of his life learning from entrepreneurs. Today, he spends all his time giving back – as an Author, award-winning Speaker, certified EOS Implementer. Specifically, Paton helps entrepreneurs clarify, simplify and achieve their vision – by mastering the simple concepts and practical tools he’ll be sharing with us today. Paton gives an overview of EOS and how creative agencies can use it to grow their businesses. Books mentioned in the show: Start with this: Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business Then: Get A Grip Rocket Fuel How to be a Great Boss Thanks for Listening! Join us on Slack! The post 042 The Entrepreneurial Operating System For Agencies – Mike Paton of EOS Worldwide appeared first on The Creative Agency Podcast.
49 minutes | 3 years ago
041 Agency Finances With Ryan Watson of Upsourced Accounting
Ryan Watson is the founder of a unique accounting agency, Upsourced Accounting, that focuses on creative agencies. Ryan discusses pricing strategies, profitability, taxes, and much more. He also explains how his business integrates with agencies and helps agencies through automation and financial strategy. Don’t miss this episode and be sure to stick around for the end where Ryan discusses his top 3 takeaways for agencies looking to up their financial game. Did you know that some agencies can save 20% on their 2018 taxes? Listen in to learn more. The post 041 Agency Finances With Ryan Watson of Upsourced Accounting appeared first on The Creative Agency Podcast.
56 minutes | 3 years ago
040 Our Story Part 4 – Murmur Creative Year in Review 2017
Once again we turn the mic on ourselves and talk about our own agency journey. Headquartered in Portland, OR (in an office located in a renovated high school), Murmur Creative is a branding and web agency with big dreams and humble beginnings. 2017 was an exciting, nail-biting adventure in agency growth for us. It was a tumultuous year, but we made it out the other side stronger and better prepared for the future. Join the brother’s Bolton as they reveal the trials and tribulations Murmur faced in 2017. Learn if we finally reached our million dollar goal, and listen in to what we have planned for the future. Are you an agency owner? Join our Slack group. (Picture courtesy of Chris and Andrew’s mother) The post 040 Our Story Part 4 – Murmur Creative Year in Review 2017 appeared first on The Creative Agency Podcast.
53 minutes | 3 years ago
039 Collaboration – Ellen De Vries of Clearleft
One of the most important things about running successful digital projects is cultivating effective collaborations. Ellen De Vries, Content Strategist at Clearleft and author of Collaborate: Bring people together around digital projects joins us to talk about how you can optimize collaborations at your agency. Ellen talks about the challenges that groups face on digital projects and how to develop a shared understanding of values and goals in order to alleviate stresses and roadblocks. Ellen shares highlights from her book and offers keen insights from her work at Clearleft. Be sure to download Ellen’s book for free here. Also mentioned in this episode: Gamestorming: A Playbook for Innovators, Rulebreakers, and Changemakers ****** As mentioned in the introduction to the show, we have a new Slack group for agency owners called Grow Your Agency. It’s free. Join here! The post 039 Collaboration – Ellen De Vries of Clearleft appeared first on The Creative Agency Podcast.
35 minutes | 4 years ago
038 The Account Director Role – Ann Kaufman of Fuzzco
Ann Kaufman is a partner at Fuzzco. She runs their Portland, OR office. Ann cut her teeth in the agency world as an account director and recently put on an event in Portland called Not Not Creative. Not Not Creative featured the voices of account directors and project managers from across the agency spectrum. Ann talks about the account director role and why it’s important to agencies. She explains the dynamic between project managers and account directors. She also explores how an account director at an agency needs to put the client’s goals first. Listen in! Follow Ann on Twitter Connect Ann on LinkedIn The post 038 The Account Director Role – Ann Kaufman of Fuzzco appeared first on The Creative Agency Podcast.
51 minutes | 4 years ago
037 Getting Down to Business – Brad Flowers of Bullhorn
Brad Flowers is founder of an agency called Bullhorn. Brad and his partners have taken a proactive approach to growing their business by focusing on integrating new systems and using inspiration from a very useful book called Traction by Gino Wickman. Brad also refers to Get a Grip, another book by the same author that inspired him and his team to make some big changes at his agency. Brad and Chris talk about the challenges of going from creative to entrepreneur and the importance of establishing concrete values that inform your business. Books mentioned in this podcast: Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business Get A Grip: How to Get Everything You Want from Your Entrepreneurial Business The Hard Thing About Hard Things: Building a Business When There Are No Easy Answers The post 037 Getting Down to Business – Brad Flowers of Bullhorn appeared first on The Creative Agency Podcast.
43 minutes | 4 years ago
036 Cultivating a Creative Culture With Justin Dauer
Justin Dauer is a designer and author who just published a book called Cultivating a Creative Culture. The book comes from Justin’s experience working at a variety of creative agencies and focuses on the importance of creating a human-centric culture. Justin has some really amazing tips for onboarding new employees. Some of which we have already begun implementing here at Murmur Creative. Pick up Cultivating a Creative Culture today on Amazon. About Justin Justin Dauer is multi-talented, multi-tattooed, multi-pierced designer, author, and user advocate from Chicago. Through bloodshot tunnel vision, he’s drawn from career experiences across agency side, client side, design studio, and pure tech to foster healthy, dynamic, supportive creative cultures. Crafting as the Vice President of UX & Development for bswift (http://www.bswift.com) by day, his personal creative outlet by night (…and day) is pseudoroom (http://www.pseudoroom.com), the same moniker by which he tweets (http://www.twitter.com/pseudoroom). The post 036 Cultivating a Creative Culture With Justin Dauer appeared first on The Creative Agency Podcast.
53 minutes | 4 years ago
035 Risk and Reward – Growing Orange Bus With Julian Leighton
Julian Leighton started his career as a consultant driving around in an orange bus. The name “Orange Bus” stuck. Julian partnered with Mike Parker to begin building an agency that they would eventually sell. Parker and Leighton grew their agency to over a hundred employees in just ten years. But it wasn’t easy. And it involved a lot of sacrifice and risk. Parker and Leighton knew that they wanted to eventually sell their agency, and they took many calculated risks to keep the agency growing–often at their own expense. At one point Orange Bus took out a loan so they could strategically offload the majority of their clients and focus on a select few. This move, as well as others, helped them stay nimble and grow. Follow Julian on Twitter: @julianleighton GatherContent is the sponsor of this episode. GatherContent is a software tool that allows you to easily collaborate with your clients in the content gathering and writing/editing phases of a website project. You can get a free 30-day free trial if you go to https://gathercontent.com/cap The post 035 Risk and Reward – Growing Orange Bus With Julian Leighton appeared first on The Creative Agency Podcast.
48 minutes | 4 years ago
034 The Importance of Content Strategy – Rob Mills of GatherContent
You can’t build a website without some form of content strategy. Rob Mills of GatherContent joins us to talk about “all things content strategy.” Rob worked as head of content at an agency for many years and now works for GatherContent. He’s a writer, blogger, author, and all-around smart guy. Rob does a great job of defining the role of Content Strategist and emphasizing the importance of content strategy in general. Rob also explains his “content first” approach to design and explains a hybrid “proto-content” approach. Check out Rob’s articles about content strategy here. GatherContent is also the sponsor of this episode. GatherContent is a software tool that allows you to easily collaborate with your clients in the content gathering and writing phases of a website project. GatherContent also allows you to export content directly into a CMS like WordPress, Drupal, Sitecore, and much more. You can get a free 30-day free trial if you go to https://gathercontent.com/cap The post 034 The Importance of Content Strategy – Rob Mills of GatherContent appeared first on The Creative Agency Podcast.
38 minutes | 4 years ago
033 Remote Work Mastery – Rachel Zimmer of 5Crowd
Rachel Zimmer co-founded 5Crowd, a unique agency that uses a vetted network of freelancers to accomplish creative work for fortune 500 companies. Rachel and her co-founder Bram Warshafsky both worked at Johnson & Johnson out of college and founded 5Crowd a few years later (while they were both still in their twenties). Rachel shares how their unique agency model works. She also reveals “The Orbital Framework,” a system for hiring and developing successful relationships with remote freelance talent. You can download 5Crowd’s eBook “The Orbital Framework” here. This episode is sponsored by GatherContent. Get a free 30-day trial here. The post 033 Remote Work Mastery – Rachel Zimmer of 5Crowd appeared first on The Creative Agency Podcast.
51 minutes | 4 years ago
032 New Agency Models – Will Burns of Ideasicle
Forbes contributor and agency veteran Will Burns joins us to talk about how agencies are changing and whether the “Agency of Record” model still exists. Will discusses his experience working at big agencies like Weiden & Kennedy, Arnold, and Mullen. He also talks about the agency he founded: Ideasicle. Ideasicle is a unique agency that sources experts for idea generation. Because they focus on ideas and not execution, Ideasicle is free from biases that most agencies are subject to. Will wrote an article for Forbes called: “The Advertising ‘Agency Of Record’ Model Isn’t Dead, It’s Just Being Reinvented.” Will shares his thoughts behind the article and provides a vision for what agencies of the future might look like. These articles by Will Burns were also mentioned in the show: “Find Your Agency’s Obsession” “Lose Early. It’s Cheaper.” Sponsorship This episode is sponsored by GatherContent–an awesome program for managing the content process on web projects. We love this tool. You can try it free here! https://gathercontent.com/cap The post 032 New Agency Models – Will Burns of Ideasicle appeared first on The Creative Agency Podcast.
45 minutes | 4 years ago
031 Winning Business With Targeted Content – Isaac Arthur of CODO
CODO brilliantly targeted their ideal clients by creating an online resource called The Craft Beer Branding Guide. Not only does this website bring thousands of web visits and new business opportunities weekly, it’s allowed them to publish a print version of the book. Isaac talks about how he and his business partner started CODO just out of college and grew it into a 5 person agency with a stellar reputation for branding strategy and design–especially in the food and beverage space. Learn how CODO uses content marketing to keep their pipeline full and avoid dry spells and don’t miss Isaac’s takeaways at the end of the show. Digital Agency Summit As mentioned in the show Chris Bolton will be speaking at Digital Agency Summit which takes place online April 3rd-7th 2017. It’s a virtual conference, so you don’t have even have to get up from your desk to attend and it’s free so you don’t have to pay anything. The conference is all about growing your agency. The conference also features Karl Sakas who recently appeared on our show in episode 28. Chris Bolton’s session is called Don’t Specialize. Evolve and it’s all about the complexities of specialization and how agencies end up specializing. Don’t miss it. Sign up for free! The post 031 Winning Business With Targeted Content – Isaac Arthur of CODO appeared first on The Creative Agency Podcast.
57 minutes | 4 years ago
030 Question the Defaults: Selling SEO with Mike Arnesen of UpBuild
Mike Arnesen founded UpBuild, a technical marketing agency that offers a winning cocktail of conversion rate optimization, analytics, and SEO. Mike leveraged his prior agency experience and reputation as a thought leader and speaker to build an agency that was almost instantly successful. In this episode, Mike tells how he built up the courage to start public speaking, how his personal brand helped him kickstart his agency, and we get into some of the finer points of selling SEO services in 2017. You definitely don’t need to be super technical or an SEO expert to enjoy and learn from this interview. Be sure not to miss Mike’s takeaways at the end of the show. Here’s the article that Mike mentioned during the show: How We Make a Remote Team Work The post 030 Question the Defaults: Selling SEO with Mike Arnesen of UpBuild appeared first on The Creative Agency Podcast.
40 minutes | 4 years ago
029 Our Story Part 3 – 2016 Year End Review with Murmur Creative
Andrew and Chris posing at Cascade Brewing Barrel House, a Murmur Creative client. Did we hit our million dollar goal? What trials and tribulations did we face in 2016? What did we learn? What lies ahead? In this episode of the Creative Agency Podcast, we turn the mic our own creative agency, Murmur Creative, a branding and website agency located in rainy Portland, OR. In this episode, Chris interviews his brother, Andrew Bolton, owner and founder of Murmur Creative. They discuss taking on bigger projects, outgrowing clients, managing employee expectations, when to hire, what lies ahead, and more. This episode is part of an ongoing series of brother-to-brother interviews that started with episode 6, and then episode 17. Be sure to stay tuned for more follow ups. Questions about our agency journey? Let us know in the comments below! The post 029 Our Story Part 3 – 2016 Year End Review with Murmur Creative appeared first on The Creative Agency Podcast.
39 minutes | 4 years ago
028 Stop Scope Creep with Karl Sakas of Sakas and Company
Karl Sakas is an Agency Consultant and president of a global consulting firm called Sakas & Company. Karl has advised agencies on 6 continents about operations, strategy, and leadership. He is the author of The In-Demand Marketing Agency and over 200 articles on agency management. In this interview, Karl shares his secret weapon for combating scope creep, along with many other insights that will help you keep your projects under budget and under control. Karl mentions a bunch of different articles he’s authored in the interview, all of which can be found at the links below. Karl’s suggested articles from the show 7 magic words to kill scope creep 3 pricing models for agencies Creating better estimates Deciding which clients to grow vs. fire How to fire legacy poor-fit clients Handling post-launch requests Advance Retrospective Karl’s Books on Amazon: Made to Lead: A Pocket Guide to Managing Marketing & Creative Teams The In-Demand Marketing Agency: How to Use Public Speaking to Become an Agency of Choice Site: http://sakasandcompany.com/ Follow Karl: Twitter LinkedIn Sign up for Sakas and Company Newsletter and get a free eBook Show Transcription Chris: [00:01:27] Hi Karl, welcome to the show. Karl: [00:01:29] Chris great to be here. Chris: [00:01:31] So where are you calling in from? Karl: [00:01:33] I am in Raleigh North Carolina. Chris: [00:01:35] Excellent. Excellent. Now your business helps agencies grow. Correct? Karl: [00:01:41] That’s right. Clients typically run digitally oriented agencies and they are growing quickly typically at least 30 percent a year and they reach out to me when they run into growing pains. Chris: [00:01:54] So you qualify them that they’re already growing 30 percent per year before you engage with them? Karl: [00:02:01] My work typically focuses on the agency process and you do you need process when things are moving really fast. I mean well everyone benefits from process. But typically clients at least 30 percent and some clients are growing 100 percent or more. Chris: [00:02:23] We would fall into that because we grew 45 percent this year. Karl: [00:02:26] So you probably had at least a growing pain or two. Chris: [00:02:30] Yeah a few. So you actually have quite a lot of agency experience. You’ve led to business operations at two agencies correct? Karl: [00:02:43] That is correct. I started in the industry when I was in high school. I started a Web design practice. In fact, my first paying client for web design was back in the days of dial-up. I kept that fairly small. Fast forward to join two agencies as a project manager and head of business operations and then launched my consulting practice in 2013. Chris: [00:03:21] And you’ve actually written numerous books. I actually haven’t read any of them yet. I did order “Made to Lead” A Pocket Guide to Managing Marketing Creative Teams and our account director just ordered the In-Demand Marketing Agency: How to Use Public Speaking to Become an Agency of Choice (and we’ll swap those out after they arrive). Karl: [00:03:40] Excellent. I’ve designed them to be quick reads. Made to lead which is about leading agency teams . . . I’ve heard people reading it in 30 minutes to one person reading it in about 20 minutes. It literally fits. It fits in your pocket. Oh nice. The other one on public speaking to grow your agency that I’m hearing from people closer to two hours or so still they quit. Chris: [00:04:04] So you know when I first started this podcast I went on Amazon looking for books about creative agencies and there aren’t a whole lot out there. So every time I discover one I get excited. So how do you usually engage with an agency? Karl: [00:04:26] Once I’ve engaged with an agency my overall approach is to begin with the end in mind as Stephen Covey said. Where does the agency own or want to go? One of the key questions is whether they want to run a lifestyle agency or a high growth agency. A high growth agency wants to grow as fast as possible–Typically with some sort of an exit in mind in the next five years or so. Lifestyle is more about getting a good income. You certainly have profits. But really it’s about funding your activities outside of the agency. And most people are somewhere in the middle. Chris: [00:05:42] Gotcha. So today I wanted to focus on Scope creep. This is a danger that all agencies face and we’ve struggled with it quite a bit here at Murmur Creative. Can you start by describing scope creep? Karl: [00:05:54] Absolutely. Scope creep is a client service and project management challenge that agencies run into where clients expect the agency to deliver more than the agency has agreed to deliver. Sometimes it’s because the client has requested it and the agency hasn’t said no –either because they didn’t realize or didn’t catch that it wasn’t in scope. Either way, scope creep is when a client is getting more than the agency should be giving them. Chris: [00:06:31] That’s a good definition. You wrote an article called “A shortcut to increase agency profits: kill scope creep with these seven magic words.” Can you tell us what those seven magic words are? Karl: [00:06:42] “Would you like an estimate for that.” Chris: [00:06:45] [Laughs] That is … that is a pretty powerful phrase. Karl: [00:06:48] It is. It is. It doesn’t have to be the very first thing you ask. You know if a client says, “hey we’re thinking of doing this or that,” you know talk about it first. I spoke at the Ad Week D.C. conference last year and was speaking with someone who is a marketing manager at a client site organization and I said, “you know I work with a lot of agencies, what would you want agencies to know.” And she said “well you know it’s about scope. You know if I ask for something new don’t automatically say ‘that’s not included.’ You know, let me talk about it first.” So that is worth considering, but ultimately you’ll get to a point where you know clients who say, “OK here’s what we have in mind talk through this and that. Now what?” And that’s where the “would you like an estimate for that?” comes in. Chris: [00:07:35] You know asking this question is super important but it can also surprise the heck out of a client. How do you prepare a client for that sort of discussion? We were just talking about not springing it on them necessarily. Is there anything you can do early on to make sure that it’s not a surprise when it comes up? Karl: [00:07:53] Absolutely. At the kickoff meeting you want to review the scope for the work you’re doing. It is worth considering that there are three agency pricing models: hourly, milestone, and value based. Scope creep is the biggest problem in milestone projects and retainers: that’s where it’s a fixed bid, fixed scope situation. You know the client is paying you a set amount and you will deliver what you’ve agreed to deliver. With hourly there’s a little bit more flexibility, just the client has to pay the hourly rate for it. But you know ultimately it’s up to you as the agency owner or your client service team/ your project management team to manage client’s expectations from the beginning about what’s included. One of the things you can do in the sales process is a have a section in your proposal, but certainly in your statement of work, a list of exclusions–that is, things that you may have talked about that did not make it into the final scope and have the client sign off on that. That way, later when they said oh you know we were going to do such-and-such celebrity endorsement kind of thing, you can remind them that we talked about that but that didn’t make it into your final, final budget. Chris: [00:09:11] Well that’s a really good piece of advice. You know we do put things that are not included into the scope. I hadn’t thought of sort of things that were mentioned in discussions, I guess as things that are not included in the scope. Because a lot of times, like if we have … like if we bid a website project, we have in our contract a list of like 20 things that are not included. And once the client sees them, they’ll say maybe, “I want that one, or I don’t want that one, or this is fine.” But yeah there’s a lot of times when you’re discussing with the client and this like while it might be nice to do this later down the line but you gotta to make sure that they don’t suddenly decide that that was included in the scope. Karl: [00:09:46] Exactly, exactly. And you know whether you want to list it as exclusions or options for phase 2 or something like that, the key is that it may not become a problem but if it does, you will be extremely glad you asked the client to sign off. Chris: [00:10:04] Now, when Murmur Creative started we pretty much did everything that was asked of us–even if it made the project lose money because we were so afraid of losing the client. How– you know, especially the people who are just starting out–how do you tell them that they need to be brave and push back? Karl: [00:10:23] I’m not going to judge them for that. When you’re starting out you’re building your portfolio, and things like that. To me it’s okay if you over deliver. And typically you’re not not doing a great job estimating early on. I have an article to share, for the show notes, about creating a better estimate. But odds are, when you’re starting out, you’re going to make some bad estimates. You’re not going to scope things out properly. The key though is that it needs to be a short term temporary thing. You kno
48 minutes | 4 years ago
027 The Virtual Reality Agency – Matthew Martin of Immersive VR
While virtual reality technology has been around for while, the technology has only recently advanced to the point where both consumers and companies are rapidly exploring the many applications. Immersive VR is a studio that focuses exclusively on producing virtual reality experiences, augmented reality experiences (like Pokemon Go) and 360 video (which most of you have probably seen on Facebook). While only a few years old, Immersive VR has already landed big clients like Yamaha Music, Dr. Martens, and more. Even if you’ve never put on a VR headset and you never plan to–Matt’s story shows how embracing cutting edge technology can put your agency in a class all its own. Be sure to check out Immersive VR at www.immersivevr.co.uk/ to learn more about Matt’s company. Follow ImmersiveVR on Twitter About Matthew Martin Matthew has worked in media for nearly 17 years. He cut his teeth leading creative campaigns for radio, print and online across various agencies in the UK. Then, in 2009, Matthew upped sticks and relocated to Switzerland where he created Media Frontier – a digital design agency based in Geneva. In just five years he helped Media Frontier grow from a one-man band to a full-time team of eight and worked with some of the largest organizations in the region – Nestlé, Dupont, the World Health Organisation, UNICEF and CERN to name a few. He returned to the UK in early 2015 and founded Immersive VR along with his business partner and Technical Director James Burrows. Immersive VR has grown in 19 months from a team of 3 to 11 and worked with the likes of Ikea, Ericsson, Roche Pharmaceuticals, Johnson and Johnson and several Premier League soccer teams to name a few. Immersive VR specializes in virtual reality, augmented reality, and 360º video. The post 027 The Virtual Reality Agency – Matthew Martin of Immersive VR appeared first on The Creative Agency Podcast.
43 minutes | 4 years ago
026 UI/UX Design Services – Pek Pongpaet of Impekable
Pek Pongpaet, of Impekable, joins us to discuss agency growth and UI/UX. Impekable is a silicon valley based creative agency that specializes in UI/UX design and development. Impekable works with big brands like Google, HP, Motorola, Twilio, Accenture, Constant Contact, LegalZoom, FLIR, Firebase, and more. Pek shares with us the dangers of trying to do it all yourself, how he hires remote workers, the strategies and techniques behind UI/UX design, and more. Be sure to stay tuned for Pek’s takeaways at the end of the show! Follow Pek on Twitter The post 026 UI/UX Design Services – Pek Pongpaet of Impekable appeared first on The Creative Agency Podcast.
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