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Custom Brand + Website

We want to build a brand and website you can’t wait to show off, along with all the sales and marketing assets you need to smash your growth goals. If you’re not sure what that looks like, we are here to help you figure it out.

Our custom projects begin with a standalone discovery phase in which we learn everything we can about your business, your audience, and why they need you. We use that information to make strategic recommendations about what your ideal website would contain. We’ll also talk about your sales and marketing goals to determine what assets you might need outside your website.

When you sign off on the strategy, we build a custom scope that includes everything you need to stand out from your competition and attract your best customers.

Always included

Brand

When you work with Roger That, we always start with your brand. Brand is the foundation of your company – your culture and values, how you speak to your customers, and how you look and feel. So whether it’s a three-week sprint or a six-month custom website, brand comes first in all our projects.

Discovery

We never skimp on discovery. The discovery phase is when we learn everything we can about your business, your audience, and why they need you. The information we gather at this stage informs every decision we make about your project, and enables us to deliver assets that feel right and do their job. When you fully engage in the discovery phase, we don’t have to bug you with as many questions along the way – so you can sit back and enjoy reviewing excellent creative that’s easy to say “yes” to!

CUSTOM SCOPES MAY INCLUDE

In addition to everything included in the Brand + Website Sprint, these are a few of the offerings we may recommend for a custom project. Our recommendations will be specific to you, based on the needs and goals we identify in the discovery phase.

Advanced Features
  • Customer portal
  • Learning management system
  • E-commerce
  • Donations
Content Creation or Migration
  • Ghostwriting and editing
  • Blog posts
  • Case studies
  • Resources
  • News and Events
Marketing Strategy
  • Audience and goals
  • Channels to focus on
  • Campaigns and tactics
Sales Materials
  • Sales and pitch decks
  • One-pagers
  • Business cards
Marketing Materials
  • Email templates
  • Social templates
  • Brochures
  • Event exhibits and displays

SOUND LIKE OVERKILL?

If your needs are pretty simple, check out our sprint packages. Roger That sprints are a lean and nimble approach to the creative process, designed to deliver what you need faster and easier. We’ll take you through a radically streamlined yet thorough process, focused on the deliverables that will make the biggest impact on your bottom line.

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