Is innovation really innovation when it’s all fluff and no substance?
You can talk the talk about being an ‘innovative’ agency, but unless you have the tools and concrete actions to back up your words, it’s (let’s face it) just bad marketing. You need to be solving a problem, need innovation needs to be actionable.
Originality is overrated.
It’s common to think that in order to be cutting-edge, to be at the top of your game and foremost in your field, you need to be original. But in reality, this just isn’t true. You can have something completely original and it is just as completely useless. Furthermore, it’s extremely rare to come up with something truly ‘original’. Much of what we do and believe is due to the culture we have grown up in, and we can never completely remove ourselves from our experiences.
For a digital agency, we go through a lot of paper.
There is just something about physically writing ideas down, about mapping out your customer’s digital journey, printing it out, pasting it to the wall, and scribbling all over it. We are diehard advocates of taking the intangible and embracing the physicality of it before sending it back out into the digital stratosphere. Why?