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I would highly recommend the creativity of the team at Stickee. They have worked on a number of successful projects for Casio, always placing our end-user at the forefront of their thinking and have designed campaigns that consistently manage to convey our message.

ALEX DIBBLE – CASIO

I have been very impressed with the creative work since many designs were approved with barely any changes. I would recommend stickee to anyone looking for a reliable and experienced digital creative agency.

ANNA HERSON – UNIVERSALLY SPEAKING

I’ve worked with stickee for over 10 years, commissioning them for a variety of digital projects, both whilst at EMI and Harper Collins. They have consistently delivered highly creative responses to briefs, which elegantly balance creative & strategy objectives.

ERIC WINBOLT – EMI, HARPER COLLINS

I’ve been using stickee since 2004, in which time I have held Art Director roles in different companies. I wouldn’t hesitate to use them again for further work and to recommend them to other brand owners looking for high-level digital solutions.

DAN CAMPBELL – MTV, VIACOM, WGSN, BEAMLY

Stickee is a young, vibrant and friendly creative digital agency. The work which I have commission with them has always been delivered to a high standard. Stickee’s creative thinking is excellent and the ideas presented are certainly in line with a forward looking agency.

ZOE SANDS – DIALOGIC

Stickee remained flexible and completely committed throughout the duration of the project ensuring that all objectives were met – the result of which is a highly immersive piece of AR pushing the boundaries of what had been seen before in publishing and beyond.

KATE FITZPATRICK – HARPER COLLINS

Blog posts and articles

Analytics Google Tag Manager

Analytics for Multiple Store Fronts with Google Tag Manager

Blog written by Ben Pusey | February 16, 2017

One of the services we offer here at stickee is a white label mobile phone comparison service. We are in the process of rebuilding and modernising this service so that all the websites can run on one back end and off of a single code base. That means, multiple websites will need to run on […]

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Let’s talk about UX and UI

Blog written by Faustine Ladeiro-Levent | February 15, 2017

Interface design matters. A lot. A user-friendly, visually pleasing and responsive website will generate more traffic, and retain interest and customers, than a badly designed one. That’s just common sense! User experience (UX) and user interface (UI) are often used interchangeably, however they represent different aspects of website design. UX describes ‘the process of development […]

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the strength of your domain name

The strength of your domain name

Blog written by Faustine Ladeiro-Levent | February 14, 2017

Picking a domain name for your new website is both exciting and terrifying. A bit like picking a name for your first born. What if they get bullied? Is there a potential nickname you haven’t thought of? Do the initials spell out something rude? Children have at least one advantage over website URLs: you don’t […]

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Your employees are as important as your customers

written by Momena Ibrahim

“The customer is always right. Customer satisfaction and customer service is the most important value in our business. The customers’ needs are always the priority…” Aren’t these the phrases most businesses consistently preach? Of course, customers are important. They’re the reason your business is still running. But the truth is, before you can make your […]

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Social media doesn’t work for driving online sales

written by Ben Pusey

I’m calling it, the emperor is naked, social media doesn’t work for driving online sales. Let’s be clear what I mean. I’m talking about an ecommerce business posting on Facebook and Twitter being a very bad use of resources if driving sales is the goal. PPC advertising on social media platforms is a different story. […]

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Amazon Price Discrimination

Are Amazon price discriminating?

written by Ben Pusey

Imagine you have 2 widgets to sell, they cost you £5 each. Buyer A will pay you £10, buyer B would only be willing to buy for £8. How do you price your widgets? If you price at £10 you will only sell one and you’ll make £5, but you’ll have one left If you […]

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