Over the past few years, we’ve been so busy crafting digital experiences for our clients, that we didn’t have time to update our own! In 2014, we decided it was time to kick off a redesign project. It gave us an opportunity to get creative, geek out a bit and have a lot of fun building our own digital creation. As always, we’ve done our best to pack our new site with content that we hope our clients will find valuable. So without further ado, we introduce the new OneNorth.com.
A few highlights to get you started on your tour:
Ideas to help you Think Forward
The ideas page was created so that our clients can stay on top of the latest digital marketing trends. Explore tabs like Events & Webinars to see posts related to our annual Experience Lab Conference or Big Ideas to read posts on thematic topics like the Relationship Cycle or The Definitive and Candid Guide to Successful Websites.
Examples That Inspire
Sometimes seeing what other businesses have done can spark new ideas. Explore the case study pages outlining a few of our client projects and learn how some leading organizations are taking advantage of digital to help further their relationships. We couldn’t be more proud of the work we’ve created with our clients and hope you enjoy exploring them.
Reflections on Relationships
We had the great fortune to sit down with many of our clients and learn how our collaborations together helped them further their digital marketing efforts. In fact, the importance of relationships is echoed in almost all of the videos on the site—including those by John and Jeff, a few of our clients and our employees.
Experimentations with Responsive and Microinteractions
We would have been remiss not to test out new techniques focused on designing for the multitude of devices our clients will use to view our site. This also meant playing with microinteractions – a jumping arrow button, sliding panels, scrolling images – to ensure every experience was a valuable one. We can’t wait to apply some of these strategies in our project work.
Have fun exploring the new site and don’t forget to tweet @OneNorth to share your thoughts!