Creativity can take you and your business beyond your wildest expectations. Sheer volume and the ability to mass produce mediocrity will only ever net you at best, mediocre results. It’s only when you break the mold and create something that’s truly unique and one-of-a-kind that you begin to operate at levels beyond your imagination and more importantly, produce wildly successful results - the type of results that you could not otherwise produce.
Playgrounds. We were all young once. We know what it’s like to run free in a playground and to get lost in a world of imagination. It’s fun! Think of web design and web development as playgrounds - environments that encourage exploration, discovery and creation. In this type of environment, web design and development become less of a production line and more of an environment limited only by your own imagination.
Clocktower Media has made its name in Seattle web design and web development because it fosters creativity and encourages thinking differently. Over the 13 years of our existence, we’ve created some of Seattle’s most recognizable websites not because we were simply doing our job, but because we worked with our clients to create something new.
Our primary differentiator is our desire to get inside our client’s world. We want to understand their company inside and out. From the director level down to individual team members, we want to understand our client’s goals, their direction and what makes them successful before moving on to the creative process. Why? Because it gets us in line with our clients vision and allows us to stir up imagination.
A lot of companies build websites but very few create something new. Our goal, as leaders in the web design and web development community, is to continually challenge ourselves to think and create "new" with each project.
We'd love to hear from you. If you have an idea for a new site or an interest in revamping your current site, call our team. Let us share our expertise and partner with you to create something that's truly one-of-a-kind.
By: Andrew Neal Jenkins