What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?
We just signed off their work for the latest spring version. People enjoy the style of the brochure and are reading it. It’s a challenge because we wanted something interesting but had to ensure readers would understand all of the information and details about the events. The team at Wildish & Co. is excellent at creating eye-catching artwork that has a sensible approach to relevant information.
How did Wildish & Co. perform from a project management standpoint?
They managed everything from start to finish. The team at Wildish & Co. is proactive, reliable, and helpful. Their turnaround time is quick. They also always meet deadlines, even when things from our side slip.
We met our point of contact face-to-face when he came down to the theatre. They are about 100 miles away. We had lunch, talking about the project and showing off the venue. Other than that, we email a lot. If I have something come up that need to be done within a few weeks, they’re responsive at tackling the challenge.
What did you find most impressive about them?
When working in an arts organization, there needs to be unique artwork that reflects the brand. The team at Wildish & Co. absolutely fits that criteria, keeping that in mind.
Are there any areas they could improve?
If they were a little bit closer, that would be great because I could offer them more work. But I have no complaints at all. They’re a good value for money. If we want to move things around, they’re happy to make any changes and don’t charge us extra. I’m happy to continue working with Wildish & Co. I recommend them to other arts organizations as well.
Do you have any advice for potential customers?
Make sure to give everyone involved a clear brief. It’s important for whatever you want to achieve through web or print. Go into detail about the audience, budget, timeline, and marketing collateral. If there is a thorough brief involved, I’m confident that you’ll be able to achieve your goals.