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We just designed a website for the BEST client!
09.14.17
Paige Galeoto

(PS We’re the client. Also, we’re extremely humble.)

 

We love making useful, engaging websites for our clients — creating tools that help them communicate with customers, inform, sell stuff and generally build a strong brand. So, it occurred to our strategy-focused minds: Perhaps we should give our own website an upgrade?

Crazy talk? Nah. Introducing the new and improved estiponagroup.com!
(Wanna look around? Go ahead. We’ll wait. Just let us know when you’re back. Oh you’re back? Groovy. Onward.)

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When we sat down to reboot our website, we considered messaging (a.k.a. “all the best words”), design (a.k.a. pretty pictures and stuff) and user interaction (a.k.a. how you would go from page to page to page to page, because you just can’t get enough of our totally awesome website!).

And then we dug deep and decided we were missing a key element: mindless fun.

Sure, we could curate the very best cat videos from the internet (which we still might do someday), but instead we bring you Ad Libs – Mad Libs for the marketing world.

“Anyone can give you marketing case studies, employee bios and a cartoon-riddled contact page,” says Creative Director Paige Galeoto, “But what about a game — one with hardly any purpose? Now that’s what people crave.”

RELATED: Meet Brian Raszka, Senior Art Director

We encourage you to click around the site, see the work, meet the team and gain insight from our blogs, but be sure to play and get your free, custom marketing plan. We promise you’ll find it the most synergistic platform for strategic, human-centric integrated marketing communications you’ve ever experienced.

A.k.a. it’s super fun.

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