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David Link

The Wonderfactory
Interactive Agency

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New York, NY 10010
United States

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Media Companies, Publishers, Advertisers - companies that want to reinvent themselves - or at the least, become leaders in their industry.

About My Business:


The Wonderfactory is an interactive agency that focuses on developing addictive content and advertising experiences for publishers, media companies and advertisers. We offer the range of strategy, UI, Design and technology for developing websites, tablet apps, smartphone experiences and new concepts for internet enabled TV's. Some of our more recent clients include: Time Inc, Zagat, NBC, Meredith Publishing, Wyeth, The Weather Channel, Barnes & Noble and DC Comics. 5 things we do exceptionally well In the paragraphs below you'll read about many of our services. If you're short on time, just know that, with all due respect and humility, we do five things better than anyone. 1. Manage humongous, complicated site / tablet app launches If you face one, you know how stressful it is. Before we opened The Wonderfactory, we handled the relaunch of America Online, probably the largest site redesign and launch in the history of the Internet. Since then we've done,,,,, and Relax. We're not saying they're easy, but they're definitely not as difficult as most companies make them out to be. 2. Killer Design You no longer have to look like Yahoo or Amazon to be successful on the Web. If you depend on design to differentiate yourself from the masses of other brands out there, we are the shop for you. Just check out our portfolio. If you don't like what you see, stop reading here. 3. Create addictive brand experiences Your average visitor probably stops by a couple of times each month and views a couple of pages per visit. You want them back at least once a day, and you want them immersed in ten or fifteen pages. Good. So do we. 4. Invent new advertising models and sources of revenue We worked on the first banner that ever appeared on the Web, and it had a 44% click through rate. It's been all down hill since then. Banners eat it. You know it, we know it, and most importantly, consumers know it. You can do better. Let us help. 5. Laugh We get paid to think of things that have never been done. If that's not fun, what is?

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