We’re a creative agency obsessed with delivering exceptional experiences. We do this with an unabashed devotion to serving user needs and purposeful design that’s based on sound strategy and meaningful insights. Our mission in every engagement is to forge worthwhile digital interactions that continuously delight users.
From user engagement and testing, to ideation and design execution, we love finding ways to move the needle for our clients. Our comprehensive suite of audience insights, product strategy, and experience design services harmonize brand platforms and strengthen their relationships.
Understand + Measure
UX research, testing, and audience engagement to better understand your users' needs.
Plan + Execute
Actionable brand, content, and product strategies that build human-centered experiences and services.
Implement + Enhance
Digital and physical product experience design that connects and inspires.
We’re on the hunt for a passionate, non-linear thinker that thrives in the intersections of brand, marketing, and digital to serve as a Senior Digital Designer. Someone comfortable working in a fast-paced environment with diverse clientele across a number of industries. A person who communicates honestly and is always willing to put their best ideas forward. Up for it?
Most, if not all, companies have challenges maintaining good digital brand governance. Adhering to standards cross-departmentally with so many folks of varying understanding or care of the importance of brand consistency can be difficult. That's why it's critical to harmonize your brand guidelines with your digital design documentation. You have to ensure your brand DNA is unmistakably integrated into your digital design tokens and UX patterns.
We at Versed think all digital products, whether it's a website, an application, a social program, etc, are endless continuums for progressive optimization. Things like experience design, a content plan, and features and functions should evolve over time based on a growing understanding of audience needs. Typically subtle evolution is a better strategy than radical experience shifts.