So, working as one, with our clients we mix creativity with behavioural insight to help brands connect with people better.
For us, our values are more than just words. They are ways of living, creating, and doing.
Collaborate. Share Ideas. Support each other. By building real relationships, we create communities - within the team and with clients.
We write like we talk – no jargon, no bs. Open and honest communication is everything.
We work hard and push harder because we love what we do. Together, we make it happen
Our people are our strength. Respect is key. Every opinion matters and every voice is heard.
We want to dig deeper and push boundaries. Our behavioural insights are what drive our creative and curious mindset.
Brand, market, consumers – you name it, we get our heads into it. So when the time comes to actually do some creative work, it’s on point.
Tomorrow’s industry trends, technology and innovation all enter into our thinking. If it’s relevant, we use it. If not, we remember it.
Armed with behavioural insight, we disrupt habits and influence consumer behaviour at the deepest level from copy to creative.
Our dynamic team is more agile than traditional agencies – meaning we respond sooner and have a plan of action quicker.
Curiously minded and thorough, we become experts on your brand, market and consumers. No stone is left unturned.
We’re in the business of good ideas and we cast the net wide to land on the very best – the ones that are the most powerful and persuasive.
Here’s where all that creative thinking takes shape, having been pulled apart and remoulded until it’s as robust as possible.
It’s the moment of truth. Maybe your website is live. Perhaps a campaign is launched. Whatever the brief, you can expect us to deliver.
Together has a team of behavioural psychologists and linguists, working with the University of Nottingham. It means we can give you access to behavioural psychology in a way that’s agile and cost-effective, using decades of research and a vast toolkit we can leverage any time we need to. Armed with this insight, we help brands get a better understanding of customers and develop more effective communication ideas as a result. So how does it work? Behaviour Science provides us with a framework of thinking that doesn’t stop intuitive
creativity but actually assists in making more rounded and considerate solutions to client challenges. First we understand the barriers stopping consumers from doing what we want them to do. Then we design solutions to overcome them. Depending on the project, this could affect everything from the creative and messaging to the user journey. Because once we understand the barriers, we tweak and tailor campaigns, websites and experiences with pinpoint accuracy to increase the rational and emotional connectivity to your brand.
Whether it’s getting people to buy a product or persuading them to use a service, we’re in the business of changing consumer behaviour. So first, we need to understand it. Here’s what we know. For a long time, the assumption was that people weigh up all available information, calculate the pros and cons and then make a decision. In the world of marketing, that would mean brand choices and buying decisions are made rationally. Well, you know what they say about assumptions.
Studies now show that many of our decisions are made unconsciously, even irrationally, because it just felt right. The fact is, our behaviour is highly influenced by context and emotion, and our decisions can easily be swayed. It means every time a consumer interacts with your app, browses your website, picks up a product in store, or sees your campaign in the real world, we have an opportunity to get inside their hearts and heads – we have a chance to influence what they do next.
Get ready to hit play on the ultimate video content showdown as we’ve put YouTube and TikTok in the ring to explore the role both platforms play in the digital landscape. Where attention spans collide with creativity, we’re going to be dissecting the key differences between the two and the age-old debate of short vs long video content.
Today we’re talking about cross-platform app development; a vital consideration to ensure your app works across devices and doesn't limit your audience. We’ll cover exactly what cross-platform app development means, ways to approach the available routes and some trends to factor in for the future. Let’s get coding!
Ever wondered why some brands sound like they know you personally, while others read like a robot manual? It's all about that elusive brand tone of voice. In this blog, we're getting into the nuts and bolts of creating a brand’s tone of voice. We sat down with Mina, our Senior Copywriter, to gather insights on how she creates guidelines for different brands. Spoiler: it’s not as straightforward as simply writing a set of rules!