Sterling Communications is a tech PR agency. So why do we also design digital experiences?
Honestly, our tech clients grew tired of having to explain themselves over and over to brand strategists, web designers, graphic designers, and video producers. Our clients — mostly B2B tech companies, healthtech startups, and cleantech organizations — have intricate stories to tell, but other “creatives” weren’t getting their details right.
So we stepped up to help them stand out.
We built a full-service creative department and integrated it with our tech PR and content marketing services. We hired creative strategists, web copywriters, site designers, and video scriptwriters who aren’t just passionate about tech, they grok it.
Communications strategy focused on compelling content is at the heart of our mission. We work with your executives to understand your goals. We dig deep to learn your technology. We study your competitors to rise above their noise.
Our design teams were responsible for everything from eBay’s original logo to the Emmy-winning Audible Magic branding system. Sterling identity design efforts add lasting value to our clients’ brand awareness efforts. Branding kits can include business cards, digital letterhead, and a style guide to keep you on track.
From strategic site audits to responsive web design to search-optimized content, Sterling crafts online properties that grab attention and drive decisions. Costs depend on the site features needed, number of templates to be designed, how much copy needs writing, and the length of site maintenance. Recent site launches that feature some of our handiwork include Audible Magic, Plume, Boonli, AutoFi, and Sakuú to name five.
Sometimes, customers need to see your message away from the computer screen. Feel the weight of the paper. Return to an image or a passage on their own time, away from distractions. Sterling is prepared to deliver a powerful message: yours.