- Digital Design
- Website & Mobile Development
- Film Production
- Content Marketing
- Search Engine Optimization
- Conversion Optimization
- Paid Media Management
- Digital Advertising
- Email Marketing
- Website Maintenance
Born in 2004, Wallop is a digital agency with a focus on luxury brands in travel and hospitality. Though despite the rumors, we work with organizations in a broad range of industries.
We do three things really well: responsive websites, digital marketing, and film production. We work with our strategic partners to offer services like brand development, environment design, public relations, photography, print or product design.
Focus on the planning
Design doesn’t start and end in Photoshop. It starts with a clear objective, an actionable plan, and a solution that delivers the intended result. Paramount to our process is the articulation of goals and a clear path to the solution.
The website is the hub of the digital marketing strategy, but it lives amidst a myriad of emerging channels that must be considered during the strategic planning phase.
Art + Science
Your message should capture the attention and emotion of your customers using strong visual elements, but the science of evidence-based refinement will drive the long-term return on your digital investment.
Use less stuff
Design requires focus in order to cut through the ever-increasing noise in your customers’ everyday lives.
Don’t reinvent the wheel
Minimize risk, complexity, and cost by developing on trusted open-source frameworks and platforms.
The web will continue to emerge through new forms, devices and mediums. Digital projects must be developed today, to solve the problems of tomorrow.
We don’t pretend to know everything. So we’ve developed some great partnerships with like-minded companies that deliver the quality and attention to detail that clients expect from Wallop.
Over the years we’ve worked with a lot of great organizations inside and outside of hospitality, the majority of our relationships spanning a number of years. Despite the hot-tech, our relationships are rather old-fashioned. Good work in good faith.
Adam's design career began in simpler times. Flashback to '99 when he designed for a 3D software company that mailed out compact discs. Remember CDs? Since those heady days of his youth, he's has become a seasoned user-experience expert, leading design on projects for the real-estate marketing industry, Oracle, SXSW, Sundance Film Fest and Hootsuite. Adam loves adventure travel, motorcycles and skiing.
Stephen primary role is in strategy, operations, and business minutiae. He is also executive producer and partner of sister company Wallop Film. He's worked in digital marketing for thirteen years, much of this time with luxury brands in hospitality and travel. Over the years he's evolved through the digital space as an interactive designer, developer, strategist, and housekeeper - mostly in that order. Outside of the studio, he's an avid traveller and pretends to be a surfer and photographer.
Ryan heads up business development for the studio and is involved in the early phases of our projects to help define strategy and goals. He has an MBA, but don’t hold that against him, it comes in handy when setting KPI’s and other important buzzwords. He is based in Montreal.
Martin is a British director who started with the BBC and has had his work broadcast and shown at festivals across North America and Europe. He leads the film and video production team at Wallop. He's recently added a Vimeo ‘Staff Pick’ to his accolades and also serves as a Partner in sister company Wallop Film.
Pippa is Wallop’s Senior Project Manager with many years of experience producing digital projects for global technology brands in London. She keeps our projects running on time and on budget. On top of that a talented snowboarder instructor, photographer, and frequent canine host for the SPCA.
Kristen leads the Digital Marketing services at Wallop. She is passionate about all things digital; her foundation of technical skills enables her to define integrated digital marketing strategies, and analyze performance data for key insights. Her other happy places? Foodie adventures and big open dog parks.