We place the customer at the centre of your business, from here we create outcomes that are designed to scale and solve problems. We engage deeply with our clients by partnering with them to really understand their business, their needs, and their audiences.
As a creative agency our brand, strategy, design and web teams bring a depth of capability that enable us to address the challenges facing business, through projects focusing on strategy, brand, design, website’s and mobile. Placing customer engagement and user experience at the very centre of everything we do enables us to focus on innovation, creativity and value.
At Samdog the customer experience is central, understanding them and where they are, how they engage and what devices they use is core to our thinking. For websites we always take a mobile first approach, whereas for brand and design we focus on the message and how best to execute it. As a company we partner with our clients to provide creative solutions across brand, strategy, web and print. We always take a user centric approach to everything we do.
For web projects we work hard to understand the user experience, the information architecture and take the time to test and certify our thinking. This same thinking is applied to everything we do, understanding our clients customers is core to delivering successful results.
Yesterday, it was great to see the new union, E tū, officially launched in Wellington. E tū has formed after a merger of the former Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union (EPMU), and the Service and Food Workers Union (SFWU), and is now New Zealand’s largest private sector trade union, representing over 50,000 workers. It has been a real […]
Samdog have been working with the Parliamentary Service on an advertising campaign to promote the Festival of Parliament. July 2015 marks the 150th anniversary of Wellington as the capital city, following Parliament’s move south from Auckland in 1865. We were very excited this morning to see the posters up around the streets of Wellington. The Festival of […]
We have been working with the Aviation Security Service (Avsec) on a very cool little project recently, collectible dog cards for each of their highly trained explosive detector dogs. The cards are to help the public, especially children, understand the work explosive detector dogs do to protect people at airports. Launched on Tuesday at Wellington airport, with […]