How We Work

Strategize, design, build, debrief. Repeat 17,500 times a year.

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How We Work

Our continuous cycle of learning ensures we provide smart solutions for every client, every time.

Designing Brand Experiences

Brand experiences drive discussions and decisions

A multitude of screens vie for your audience’s eyes and ears every day. Yet only one channel can truly grab, hold, and captivate all five senses — the brand experience channel. It’s all about creating an experience that connects people in meaningful ways. When people are immersed and engaged, you have their full attention to share your message.

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Our Proprietary Process: the Freeman Learning Cycle

Learning, iterating, and

challenging what’s possible.

The Freeman Learning Cycle is our proprietary, proven process for experience design that delivers accelerated results. Thoughtful consideration of your goals and audience needs drive us every step of the way. From start to finish, open communication, clear direction, and constant collaboration keep our teams on track and in sync

Bruce Mau
Every year someone comes to a show, they’re a different person. They have new devices, new technology, new information, new access. If we want people to be fully present in these moments, we have to inspire them.

Bruce Mau

Chief Design Officer

A personal approach

Be part of the story

As access to information grows, so does information overload. To cut through the noise, people crave personalized custom experiences that speak to their wants, needs, and desires. Personalization is no longer optional. It’s required.

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Aquia Francisco

ready

to take the first step?

Want to create personalized experiences and provable ROI? Get in touch with the Freeman team to start planning your next event.

Aquia Francisco

Associate Strategist

Freeman XP

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