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Digital Strategy

We’re fiercely committed to the values that are leading indicators of success: agility, curiosity, vision, delivery and helping.

Thriving in digital demands the long view, but wayfinding and following the right path is no easy feat. It’s one reason over 50% of software projects fail outright

Maybe you’ve felt these frustrations directly:

  • An all-in launch that leaves no budget to react to user and market feedback. 
  • An “activity without delivery” grind where the team churns on environments, regressions and plan-polishing, but with no tangible improvements coming out the other side. 
  • A site built on a crumbling technical foundation, which fails outright at a moment of scale (i.e. the worst possible time).

The long view keeps you clear of these scenarios and is grounded in values that we have found – through hard-won experience – to be leading indicators of success.

Agility

The more agile and evolutionary your approach, the greater your likelihood of long-term success. We work to replace the very concept of a singular “project” with a cadence of continual improvement that builds over time. 

Curiosity

We over-homework problems. We want to know the core of each possible solution, the edges and the limitations (so we discover them now, not halfway through implementation). We’re curious about your business and the problems that digital is being enlisted to solve. Our Cultivate blog is a good indicator of what we’re currently exploring. 

Vision

What will be the implications of a strategic, creative or technical choice 5 years down the line? Will it hold up to scrutiny, and can we “show our work” about the thought process that led to it? Have we selected a technical or creative framework with both a solid foundation and an arc that will match our ambitions? We ask these questions and test assumptions to keep you moving forward and out of common digital traps. 

Delivery

We are scored on delivery. No excuses. No politics. No points for perfect problems.

Helping

We love helping people, particularly when we can apply our passion and skill to turning a field of thorny digital issues into a brightly thriving digital garden. It’s what we do. It’s why we’re here. 

Key clients who have trusted us with digital strategy

Our Digital Strategy Crew

Hans Bjordahl

Hans Bjordahl

At Culture Foundry, I lead strategy, resourcing and light janitorial. Key ingredients: Hawaii birth certificate (producible on request), journalism degree…

Trevor Dodd

I am a father, artist, outdoorsmen, traveler and interactive designer. I live for design/creation in all its forms.

Jory Goehle

Jory Hiner

I have an unwavering love for simplicity and a profound passion for people. To me, genuine kindness comes from clear…

Collin Jensen Software Engineer

Collin Jensen

I’m a web developer committed to building a brighter, more meaningful future for all through powerful and engaging websites and…

Forrest Moulton

I am a father and husband first. A full stack engineer with a T in anything JS and a strong…

Neel Patel

Neel enjoys a great cupcake, an adventurous trip, and a good nap. Code is truth.

David Skinner

David Skinner

I have extensive senior executive experience in strategic planning, financial planning, marketing, analytics, and operations.

Erika Teal

Erika Teal

Just a Texas girl with a big family, a big heart, and even bigger dreams. These days when I’m not…

Our Digital Strategy Clients

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Clinton Digital Library

clinton.presidentiallibraries.us The Clinton Digital Library approached Culture Foundry due to frequent downtime affecting both the website and search functionality. This…

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LBJ Presidential Library + DiscoverLBJ

The LBJ Presidential Library needed a more robust search tool to support the library’s website, which provides a look into the life and legacy of America’s 36th president...

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National Center for Women & Information Technology

ncwit.org aspirations.org The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) works with change leader organizations of all sizes to…

Stites & Harbison

Stites & Harbison

stites.com We made a website for the exceptional law firm Stites & Harbison that focuses on their “Imperatives of Client…

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