Supreme MediaCertificate of Excellence 2019
Manchester, Lanchashire(11 Reviews)
Supreme Media is a creative digital service and consultancy firm that uses neuromarketing, psychology and behavioural economics backed by in-depth industry knowledge and years of experience, we are confident we can tailor a bespoke service to suit any company whether it be a completely fresh start-up or a global blue chip company.
An incredibly strong team of 45+ honest, hard-working, creative, award-winning, entrepreneurial, digital perfectionists with the experience to get it right.
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What makes a great website?
A quality website is clean, well-organized, easy to navigate, clear/concise, modern (in terms of style and layout), functional, branded, and motivates the visitor to do business with you. Information such as hours of operation, location, and contact info should be extremely easy to find. If you have social media profiles, buttons linked to these profiles should be present. People want a quick solution to their problem or a quick answer to their question. Make it easy for them. They also want to look at something that is visually appealing. Give them that with a quality website.
A quality website looks good in all browsers. You should browser test your website to make sure it looks right and functions properly across all browsers.
A quality website also looks good and is easy to use on a mobile device. The current trend of increasing mobile use to access the internet means your website needs to be properly built and designed for optimal mobile viewing.
A quality website is also well-polished. This means it has no spelling or grammatical errors, no lame clip art, no 1995 web design traits, no blurry images, no loose ends. Your content is complete and visually appealing. Fonts match across the entire website and font color and size choices have been properly made (yes, this means no lime green size 18 font on a white backdrop with a flashing clip art graphic underneath it).
What questions might you ask a client when starting a new project?
What is their main aim?
Who are their competitors?
What sets you apart from your competitors?
Do you have a specific clientele you want to aim for?
Describe your creative process.
Personally, I’ve always considered myself a “creative” person. Writing, art, and music are three of my passions and putting together something artistic, whether it’s with words or pictures, has always come easy for me. There are people, however, that find it hard to fathom the written word or really find a place in the arts. From the self-professed “logical” people to the “analytical” crowd, creativity is a mystical process for them, something they think they couldn’t possibly possess. However, there are actually four steps that people sometimes don’t notice, but are actually the building blocks of creativity. What are these steps that we unconsciously go through to create art, music, inspiration, and things of artistic or written value?
The four steps that “create” creativity are: preparation, incubation, illumination, and implementation.
In the preparation stage, it’s kind of like a “brainstorming” exercise: if you’re a writer, for example, this means looking at old pieces of work and trying to decide where to go from there. In “preparation,” this might feel like work, but you’re actually just trying to see what you can come up with. People usually have to do this anyway or else nothing gets done – the brainstorming might be slight, but it IS preparation for the next stage, which is incubation.
In step two, incubation, necessary connections are made in order to “lay” the idea – like when an egg is getting “incubated” and getting the heat it needs to turn into a full-blown chick. In this stage, you have the idea, but you’re just giving it some steam and energy in order for it to fully materialize.
Step three is illumination, which is in short, the “lightbulb” moment. This is the time when the puzzle of an idea has come together and there’s no stopping its influence from coming out in creativity. These moments sometimes happen at the most inopportune times, like when you’re nowhere near a canvas, a computer, or a piece of paper. For example, this is the moment for a writer when an idea just hits them and they need to grab a piece of paper in order to remember it. Illumination means seeing the light and the creative juice is flowing its best when this “eureka!” happens.
The last step of the creative process is implementation, which means that the idea has gone down on paper – in short, this is the “final product” stage of the creativity process. For example, this is when a writer records their idea for a story and actually gets to decide if it’s worth following through with.
It takes a lot of work to get to the “implementation” stage because the pieces have to fall together and if they fall together wrong, you have to start over. You may follow many different roads, but in the end, there’s one idea that sticks out all four stages and ends up being your “project.” For example, writing these blogs follows that process: I “prepare” by researching and thinking, which leads to “incubating” on one subject and eventually to an “illumination” and “implementation” of that idea into an entry for online publication.
By thinking of the creative process in chunks, it’s easy to distinguish between what stage you’re on and how to “create” ideas in real life. It’s not difficult to harness creativity if you use your brain and slowly think out what you want to do – each stage can be done over and over again, but eventually an idea will come to fruition and possibly surprise you if that’s not your usual way of processing information.
What information do you need from a client before you can start work?
Normally each client will be emailed a simple onboarding questionnaire to be returned, then we create up to 3 or 5 mock-ups of a design to ensure we are on the right track.
What do you love most about your job?
Working in all types of industries and getting to work with so many inspiring people day in day out. I couldn't possibly see a better job by where you get to meet and interact with the amazing people I get to work with, some have even become lifelong friends.
What inspired you to start your own business?
One word = Freedom, freedom to pick and choose who, what, where and when to work
Why should our clients choose you?
WHY SHOULD YOU WORK WITH US?
In the fast-paced world of technological advancements, it’s easy to forget that the biggest driver of human behaviour – our emotions – remain steadfastly the same.
Here at Supreme Media, we start by unpicking these complex motivations and behaviours and use this to inform powerful and compelling creative ideas and employ technology to maximise impact.
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Supreme Media provides the following services:
- Web Design
- Social Media Marketing
- Mobile Software Development
- Graphic Design
- Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Specialists
- Logo Design
- Web Development
- Brand Design
- Copywriting Services
- Flyer & Leaflet Design
- Business Card Design
- Other Digital Marketing Services
- General Software development
- Brochure Design
- Print Design
- E Commerce
- Affiliate Marketing
- Database Development
- Email Template Design
- SEO Copywriting and Content
- Business Stationery Design
- Online Media Buying