What was the scope of their involvement?
Our firm was actively expanding into new markets, so we needed a website that represented our team’s ability to handle a range of projects. Atoms & Pixels transitioned our site to a new platform that could facilitate an increased online presence. We wanted to reevaluate our brand and find a better way to market ourselves to new industries.
We didn’t have a clear vision in mind regarding the site’s design when Atoms & Pixels started this project. We provided them with some rough mock-ups and wireframes, but they helped us design a clean layout. Then, they presented a series of options and our CEO decided which version to develop. They built the site using HTML 5 and delivered a finished product.
Each member of their team played an important role in completing the website. The project manager orchestrated the final delivery process and kept us working toward one function at a time. I worked with their graphic designers to ensure the visuals were attractive and engaging. Then, a marketing resource helped us organize how the site would be navigated. This process informed how we’d target audiences with strategic messaging. Their web developer made sure the site’s functionalities were entirely built out. If something didn’t work correctly, he’d make time to test the error and resolve the issue.
What is the team composition?
They allocated a project manager, a web developer, one or two graphic designers, and a marketing specialist to our account.
How did you come to work with Atoms & Pixels?
They were referred to us by an internal resource.
How much have you invested with them?
We spent anywhere from $6,000–$10,000.
What is the status of this engagement?
This project took place from March–August 2017.