Sentius launches new-look website

Sentius has launched a new-look website to showcase its digital offering.

The announcement:

Melbourne-based, Sentius has launched its new look Sentius Digital website to better showcase the agency’s full-service, in house capabilities across digital strategy, digital marketing, content & media production, website design and development, and digital transformation.

The redesigned website comes ahead of the agency’s fifth birthday celebration (which has been put on hold due to coronavirus) and features a depth of content and information that’s rarely found on agency websites in a bid to educate and inspire potential and existing clients, as well as demonstrate the team’s capabilities and successes.

“We reviewed an extensive selection of competitor websites and best practice web design and applied the learnings, along with our signature strategy-first model to create a more approachable and balanced site, featuring softer brand colours and lots of white space, to reflect our brand values and vision for the next five years,” CEO, Mark Fraser explained.

“Alongside our strategy first model what differentiates us from other digital agencies is our commitment to and ability to walk the walk, not just talk the talk. We support clients with refreshing their marketing plan and websites regularly, and I think it’s important we do the same and lead by example, to demonstrate the importance and benefits of keeping up to date with the latest technology and online offerings.”

Fraser says the new digital site has been a long time coming, held back by intense growth over the last year. “The new site will be updated regularly with success stories, case studies, blogs and news articles, to help position Sentius as a knowledgeable leader and disruptor in the saturated and competitive digital marketing space, and to continue supporting the agency’s strategic growth plan”.

Source: Sentius media release


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