Martijn van Meel
Art director, Design lead
Nuey San Waldman
Web evangelist, Interaction engineer
Casper van Schie
Digital strategist, COO
Agile evangelist, CTO
Client happiness, Office conscience
Business Development Executive
Projects are never finished
Huh? Yes that’s right and don’t you worry. We have a reputation for meeting deadlines and living up to our promises. But we hate it when projects become goals in itself. We therefore treat digital products or projects merely as steps in the continuous and never ending pursuit of your digital success.
What this also means: we don’t break a project into boxes of disciplines, because such linear thinking does no justice to the complex and fast changing world.
We don’t have clients, we have partners
We feel a joint responsibility for the success of your digital strategy and share your goals. We’re partners, both in good times and bad times.
What this also means: we actively look for opportunities to improve your strategy and challenge your thoughts. We’re not just sitting and waiting for the next project. Where appropriate, we will even venture into joint businesses to start up.
We consider curiosity to be the fuel for success
We constantly challenge assumptions; our professionals are eager to look beyond the next corner and use those insights to renew approaches where necessary.
What this also means: we do not consider your wish as our command. Because we believe that challenging insights leads to better results.
Creating amazing things is our main driver
We can’t help it. We get real excited when creating cutting edge digital applications. It has to look good. It has to perform superb.
What this also means: we raise the bar every day for our clients and actively pursue and create opportunities.
Talent makes the difference
Success with digital media is not about having the best technology in place. It’s about working with the most talented boys and girls.
What this also means: we offer our professionals ample opportunities to pursue their dreams.
We have no secrets
Radical transparency rapidly becomes the norm in a society with nearly all information publicly available. We welcome this transparency and have no secrets on how we work.
What this also means: we show what we are doing, what our progress is, whether it scores and what it costs.