Daily Mail/The Mail On Sunday
Online & Offline Development
From Sunday rituals to content development and intensive UX
There’s been quite a number of strands to our work for the Daily Mail and The Mail On Sunday. But they all inter-connect around the ambition to optimise the audience/user experience – to achieve a pitch perfect understanding of how differing needs, contexts and environments impact on media preferences.
We’ve used a range of methods (mobile, face to face, quantitative) in product development and refinement work on Daily Mail Online’s apps. We’ve helped fix smaller niggles – also address more fundamental questions around what the propositions stand for and ought to deliver. We ensure that the fit between brand, audience, content and interface is as snug as it can be.
Our offline work for The Mail On Sunday has seen us exploring Sunday rituals and the changing role that media plays on the supposed ‘day of rest’. This has channeled through to Crowd DNA conducting forensic level development work on the launch of new supplements and refinement of existing offerings from the brand.