how does better content improve customer engagement?
These days it’s all about engagement and building customer relationships.
But what about the content?
For individuals sharing real life things it’s not an issue, in real life, situations usually present content automatically. But a company promoting a brand needs to create content from thin air. And that’s much harder!
At Storm we are passionate about the quality of content we create for our clients. From the quality of the idea through to the most detailed typography we consider every aspect of every design. This requires a broad range of skills from strategic thinking and creative ideas right through to the kind of ‘eye-for-detail’ that spots tiny opportunities for improvement.
We work with a broad range of media – that’s media in the old-fashioned sense – layout, illustration, photography, typography, animation, 3D CAD development and so on, creating beautiful content for established and entrepreneurial brands.
We’re passionate about our work and we work closely with our clients to really understand their business goals. And we create work that they love and trust.
Whether you are an entrepreneur or a brand manager, we know you need to have total confidence in the content you apply to your brands. You can trust Storm to deliver content that exceeds your expectations.
Read what some of our clients say about us:
For more information get in touch. Call us on 0161 236 3939 or email email@example.com
Keith is the founder and owner of Storm.
He is a highly skilled designer and illustrator with a wealth of experience as a creative and in business management.
Keith worked as a creative in some top advertising agencies including Saatchi & Saatchi, Wilson International, and as a creative consultant for Cheetham Bell JWT, McCann Erickson, BDH and many others.
Keith knows about print, he was once co-owner and manager one of Manchester’s top litho printing companies.
He also helped build a design company specialising in creating bespoke point of sale displays for top brands like Fosters, Bacardi and Chivas Regal. That’s where he discovered the huge possibilities of 3D CAD tools including Solid Works.
Keith’s experience spans many changes in technology. He was at the cutting edge of the move away from traditional methods towards what was, at the time, termed ‘desktop publishing’. “It wasn’t an easy transition” he says. “There was a lot to learn, and in those early days, before the internet, there was no Google to ask what to do. I spent countless hours learning the programmes and the techniques and developing today’s workflows”.