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After talking to digital agencies, here’s what I’ve found out about how they manage design work—some interesting stuff! Agencies make cool digital things, but balancing design and development can be tricky.
Philip Wallage
March 7, 2024
5 min read
👂 Talk & Listen

After talking to digital agencies, here’s what I’ve found out about how they manage design work—some interesting stuff! Agencies make cool digital things, but balancing design and development can be tricky.

Designers at agencies can be super busy or not busy at all. And when the developers are still booked, agencies can't take on new jobs.
↳ This can cost a lot of money.

Agencies don't like hiring freelancers because they have designers on the payroll. So they wouldd rather wait until their own designers are free.
↳ Even if it means slowing things down a bit.

But what is the solution?

Here’s what I’ve got after polishing the BTNG Unlimited subscription offer:

Allowing agencies to focus on growth without the hiring headaches.

Why the Design Subscription "clicks" for Agencies

After researching and tweaking my offer, I noticed the subscription is a great fit:

  • Agencies get the help when they need it: No more waiting. Get design help right when their projects need it.
  • Always great: My clients (and myself) are proud of every design delivered.
  • Easy on the wallet: Pay a simple price every month. No surprises. More than an employee, less than a freelancer.
  • Always available: Agencies struggle with working with the same people. They're not always available. I am.
  • Focus on what they do best: I handle the design. Agencies take care of the rest.

How It Works

Agencies can smoothly sign-on through my landingpage.

They can decide if they'll manage their Trello board, or need my help in a weekly meeting.

Once signed up, they can also pause or cancel the subscription without notice. No hard feelings!

A received request is completed within 2-3 business days. The agency decide if there's feedback or approve the work.

During the engagement, I check in to see if all is running as desired.

Over to You

So why am I sharing this with you?

I want to challenge you to consider the last time you iterated your offer.

You might be speaking to your clients every now and then, but when did you act on the learnings from these calls?

And of course, if you need any design help... Don't be a stranger!

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