We believe that it’s essential to create a great work environment that is good for collaboration and creativity in our team and we are open to providing them with the resources and freedom, while also asking them to take responsibility for their work.
In every project we have established communication and transparency and believe that everyone should have a voice to share ideas and feedback. Working in a digital studio it’s not just a job, it’s a culture.
People are everything.
One of the most important aspects of building a successful team is recognizing that each person has something great to share – whether it’s their technical skills, creative ideas, or their ability to motivate and inspire other teammates. Every team member brings something unique to the table. By embracing this diversity and encouraging collaboration and communication, teams can leverage the strengths of each individual to achieve their shared goals.
Work where you want and set day schedule as you like
Digital agencies now have a very flexible way of working. With the ability to work from anywhere and set your own schedule, our team mates have level of freedom that is hard to implement in traditional office jobs.
This means that individuals can choose when and where they work, allowing them to create a schedule that fits their lifestyle and personal preferences. Whether they working from a coffee shop, home office, or even while travelling, that inspire and motive, and also creates a work-life balance that is very important in our days.
Give you team freedom and don’t work as a clock-watching agency. You need to trust your teammates and in return you will get the best team in the world.
Build for purpose but not for the profit
At Roud studio, we prioritise a future that benefits the earth in and society, rather than being solely driven by profit. When it comes to digital agencies, many people assume that the ultimate goal is to make a profit. Well, partly I would say yes, generating revenue may be an important consideration, but it’s important to remember that there are many other purposes we can serve.
We’re taking action to reach goals and our values through the implementation of our sustainable digital design practice and aim to educate our clients on their digital footprint and encourage other agencies to make positive changes in their offerings and services. Our new project, called Carbon Revision could help to reach these goals at sustainable web design.
We’re seeking to collaborate with brands, companies, and projects that align with our values and beliefs as a studio. It enables us to produce work that we’re proud to stand behind.
Ethical and social responsibility
These days, we must consider the environmental impact, the social implications, and the potential consequences of our digital work for the clients, and end-users. Digital agencies should avoid promoting bad products, harmful messages, or practices and must consider the responsibility of their work on vulnerable populations, such as children, the elderly, or people with disabilities, where creative studios must consider issues of accessibility when working on new projects.
Design agencies that prioritise ethical and social impact can create meaningful change into the digital world and contribute to a better future.
Quality matters – not the quantity
With digital it is the same as with physical products – quality is more important than quantity. While having a large number of projects completed may look like a great number on your experience page, it does not necessarily mean that it is valuable, as something of high quality is likely to be more valuable. At Roud studio we are trying to search for a balance between those two. A large quantity of projects is not as valuable as producing a smaller quantity of high-quality designs. Good work often requires more time and attention to detail, but it is more likely to resonate with the audience and have a lasting impact.
In summary, while quantity can be impressive, it is the quality that really matters in terms of value, impact, and sustainability.