What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?
It was very high quality. They are a design and build company and they were able to work very closely with the team that created our new brand identity. As a result, they were able to implement that into the web environment. They were very creative in their use of the various assets they have at their disposal. Overall, they captured the essence of what we were trying to convey.
On the build side, it’s proven to be very robust and solid. They were able to bring everything together without any bugs. They also loaded all the content for us as well. There were very few errors anywhere. Post-project, they were able to make adjustment here and there. For example, they were able to add a Japanese version of the site. They were very good about following up.
Over the next few months, we’ll start to assess levels of engagement and compare them to our previous sites.
How did Rudo Studio perform from a project management standpoint?
We spent a lot of time with the owners of our business who couldn’t decide what they wanted for logos and colors. They kept changing their minds, which compressed the time Rudo Studio had to implement the solution. Still, they were able to deliver the entire product in eight weeks.
Without them and their commitment to deliver for us, we would have been in a difficult place. Somehow, they pulled it out of a magic hat.
I’ve never known anyone who delivered a project of this quality in that timeframe. They were exceptional and I’m very happy with the results.
What did you find most impressive about them?
I was impressed by their ability to design and build, the quality of the design, and the value they provide.
Are there any areas they could improve?
No; I think they got everything right.
Do you have any advice for potential customers?
Give them the opportunity to be a bit creative. Sometimes we really nailed things down, but didn’t get the best results. Rudo Studio is really good at taking a brand entity and bringing it to life. So, I’d suggest trusting them a bit and seeing what they can do.