A creatives’ mission is to observe and absorb all facets of their environment and culture, we watch, listen and aim to understand the people around us, consequently creating a fertile, human-centric foundation for solving complex visual information problems. We keep an open mind and challenge the status quo by bravely asking the questions “what if?” and “why not?”.
Creatives relentlessly challenge their own and everyone’s views and aesthetics, to see and uncover answers that most may not consider. This makes us appear impudent.
And that we are, we have to be.
By deconstructing the problem into smaller fragments and applying the insight gained about the consumer, we can observe and identify the possible hurdles our clients brand or product may encounter. We nit-pick and look for alternative solutions to each and every one of them.
The process of design thinking, question asking, curation and refinement, is applied to all information components that are then reassembled into a more concise, more robust and effective new experience for all. This in turn creates new narratives, lending new life to visual communication and brand/ consumer interaction.
We can’t help but be a little smug with final results.
Yep, smarty pants indeed.