Clarovista understands the divide between marketing and technology. We work with clients to establish a bridge. We believe that today, a design-driven, technological approach to marketing is needed.
Our team works on creative projects for clients that leverage cool technology use by users. For example, we are working on a creative campaign that utilizes user submitted photos from Instagram. Users tag their photos with a certain hashtag and are entered in a competition.
Due to our level of invovlement with many of our clients, we can't disclose the client name or work we've done. However, we do have some samples we can demo and have worked and consulted for:
- Banking Institutions
- Economic Development Groups
- Startups & Tech Companies
- 3 Fortune 200/500 Companies
- 2 Businesses in the Airline Industry
- Retail & Customer Loyalty
Apps can be a great way to engage consumers, if they are built correctly.
There's a lot more to an "app" than just having one. Will consumers use it? How often? When designing an app, its important to take the position of the end-user. It needs to "feel good" and be intuitive.
Our team works with a design-driven approach. We consider the end-user first and design around an optimal user experience.
As a brand, should you begin to think about a "mobile first" strategy?
What We Do
What is design-driven, technology first marketing?
Our approach is simple. We design for end users first, engineers second. We code unique products for our clients to utilize in their marketing campaigns. An example, would be our interactive iPad Sales Kit. Clients can use this kit to engage with prospective customers and interactive with creative elements, videos, forms to capture data, and more.