30+ references ● conception to production ● content strategy ● tracking media innovation
We guide both start-up and evolving media companies, at all stages of their projects. Positioning, audiences, monetization, formats, design… We help you transform.
It's a nice day, but we'd rather brainstorm.
Identifying the needs and opportunities of our media clients
Even if the graphic interface is the most visible end result, it's essential to work on the right questions beforehand: Who are we talking to? How frequently? With what content? And using what channel? Our role is to help you refine your product and develop new ones.
Proposing concepts, ideas and strategies that challenge the brief.
To come up with smart ideas, we benchmark, review and brainstorm. Our proposals are tailored to your technical and HR capacities.
Guiding you through an editorial strategy
We lead you through the editorial organisation of your site, the distribution of ressources, definition of formats, and content strategy….
Organizing information through a user-focused UX
We’re constantly monitoring the latest trends and tendencies. That, along with our long experience with media sites, underpins our ability to create the best UX for ambitious news sites.
Creating custom interfaces to better serve the content and the user
We work out user journeys ahead of time so that our made-to-measure designs lead to rich and unique experiences.
Le Journal des Entreprises
A group with several newsrooms ups its digital game
The digital transformation of Libération, from monetization strategy to publishing formats.
Revamp the high-tech consumer guide’s interface with mobile users in mind
All our media references
Every two weeks
Site redesign, monetization, editorial angles, design: our house selection of media innovation, in a newsletter
Throughout the year
Datagif and its partner agency Créatis run workshops. Sign up for an alert about the next one!
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Do you want to brainstorm, or talk about development, redesign, subscriptions, or why readers are so capricious?