Introducing the Project Pilot.

After years of overseeing the full process of launching projects of all shapes and sizes, we have designed and refined an approach that helps ensure the success of each engagement. Having a deep understanding of how your business works, the goals of the project, and how you will define success allows us to create a collaborative roadmap that is tailored just for you.

A successful website or product is about more than how it looks. That’s why we start at the beginning, before a single sketch is made or line of code is written. Gaining a deep understandingof your unique perspective, challenges, and goals informs our entire process from design to development.

 
 

Pilot

Pilot Worksheet

Stakeholder Interviews

Research

Competitive Analysis

Project Scope

Strategy Brief

Content

Content Prep

Sitemaps

User Flows

Wireframes

Copywriting

Creative

Look + Feel

Design

Prototyping

Mobile + Tablet

Implementation

Development

Guidelines

User Training

Optimization

Analytics

 
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The Pilot is about understanding the true objectives, then building a custom roadmap to ensure we reach them.

The traditional method is flawed.

Signing a contract for several months worth several thousand dollars with a team you just met can be a big leap, especially when there are still unknowns that may affect the scope of the project. That's why we designed the Pilot to be a standalone engagement that requires no further commitment from either party. It gives us both a chance to get to know each other, work together, and make sure that the project scope makes sense. Pilots can uncover insights about the timeline, requirements, or goals that may change the course of the project altogether.

At the end of the Pilot, you will have a comprehensive document that gives you everything you need to get the project started including further research, core strategic insights, development strategy, milestones, deliverables, budget, and any other domains that are important to the success of the project.