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Development

Dept development

A great user experience involves commitment on a big scale, even if the campaign is temporary. The impact that a short-running campaign can have on people should not be underestimated. Luckily, our developers can take a short term digital experience to a higher level, by building campaigns that may look simple, but are far from easy. The only thing a potential viewer will notice however, is how beautiful and engaging it is.

Impressive campaigns

The digital world hands us so many options when it comes to marketing. Think about it: have you ever visited a temporary campaign website or seen a homepage takeover that has astonished you? Probably. It may have resulted in you recalling the brand behind it, a click, or even a purchase. Putting in that extra effort to create something amazing, yet temporary, for your company can deliver stand out results.

Our Dept process

Due to the temporal nature of short term campaigns, we need it to work immediately. Therefore, we appoint the best developers in the business who can achieve a tremendous amount. But everything that we do serves that one purpose: making the perfect digital experience for the client. We achieve that on the basis of a number of strict requirements. Our creations are:

  • Tested extensively and monitored
  • Pixel perfect
  • Completely safe
  • Made with performance and accessibility in mind
  • Search engine optimized
  • Comprehensively documented
  • Checked and assessed by several developers

Moreover, to guarantee the quality of our work testing is vital. By using the correct instruments, we recognise risks at an early stage and we prevent them from becoming a problem.

Creating beautiful

Developers are therefore not engaged with fixing problems, but with building something beautiful. They do this in collaboration with the other disciplines within the team. Development is the last link in the creative process. It is only then that something comes to life. This is a tremendous responsibility, but fortunately our developers cope extremely well under pressure.

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