SOME OF OUR WORK
In what new ways can
you capture client attention
in a jargon-infused industry?
The world of legal services can easily drown potential customers in hard-to-understand legalese.
The engineers behind this high-tech patent search firm wanted to attract new clients and stand out amongst the typical humdrum word walls that plague the legal services industry.
We spearheaded their website and brand redesign, rewriting the company's benefits and features to better attract potential clients. The brand relaunch resulted in a skyrocket of new business leads.
GPS + RFID
Do white papers have to be a dry conspectus of drolling data fields?
We partnered with Storm Brain, a leading San Diego marketing firm to write captivating white papers, case studies, and landing pages for real-time data pioneer Quake Global.
Their high-tech space is crowded with dry, confusing word walls. We crystallized hefty data-packed materials into real world stories that brought their technologies to life in new and exciting settings.
How can you design to
stand out at events rife
with innovation claims?
The engineers behind the world’s fifth type
of fuel cell wanted to stand out from their
text-heavy, data-laden competitors at trade shows.
We wrote brand new, fresh marketing materials focused on power-packed benefits. The new copy illuminates the innovation's groundbreaking solution in clear, bright ways that stood out from the wordy crowd.
Materials helped raise additional funding for the company.
How can you transform
data-heavy subjects to inspire a movement?
A new superpatient solution loaded their sales presentations with in-depth facts and figures which was offering little success in landing new business.
We transformed stark facts and figures into interesting and compelling copy, immediately increasing client interest in their innovative service.
How can you make
out of technically intense data?
What’s another high-performance carbon wheel?
We translated over-used industry wind tunnel data into estimated time gains on the courses most important to triathletes. We also developed the ‘Average Deficit of Defeat’ metric to quantify how much time a given product would get an athlete closer to a world championship qualifying spot.
Campaigns for aerodynamic equipment toppled sales goals and conquered industry usage metrics.
"...[the new website] does a really good job relaying both the technical specs and then translating that into real world benefits… it’s a thing that a lot of companies miss in their product descriptions on their websites.”
OTHER INDUSTRIES WE WORK WITH
Microwave and radio frequency applications for military, industry, and aerospace
Satellite and RFID tracking technologies
SaaS for technical markets