Nathan escaped the city having worked in-house on some big-name egaming and ecommerce projects, as well as running his own successful ecommerce startup, all whilst gaining crucial experience in tackling large scale UX problems where conversion and retention are paramount. His main priority is ensuring that you get a rich, user friendly experience that's built with purpose, performance and success in mind.
Having worked with a diverse range of clients over the years in both an agency environment and freelance capacity, Chris has had a good deal of experience working on a vast array of projects. Heading up the design team he oversees all creative output, ensuring the high quality standards of 3Degrees are always maintained. He brings his enthusiastic, entrepreneurial spirit, design talent and cheesy grin to every project.
We have certain values at 3Degrees that we work hard to maintain, and we think that these values pass on a lot of benefits to our clients.
We don't like paperwork any more than you do, so our contracts are written in plain English without a smidgen of legalese; our communication is always clear and we work transparently. Partnering with a design agency shouldn't be as complicated as buying a house, so we make sure it isn't.
We don't participate in spec work, which means that we can keep our rates down and focus instead on tangible projects with the best possible value for both us and our clients. We also don't pay any fancy client managers to butter you up, which again has cost savings, but more importantly means that you're talking to the people that matter and not just a salesman. We'll still charm the pants off you, but for all the right reasons.
We do the work we do because we love it. We love producing engaging content that meets goals and really achieves something, and we like working with switched-on clients that are willing to work with us to get the most out of their proposition. We think that this is one of the main reasons people love working with us, as we don't see the beginning of a new project as a 'win', but instead the start of a long and fruitful relationship.