Thinking Giant is a digital marketing agency based in New York City. We offer digital strategies, creative solutions and a commitment to results, revenue and value.
By maintaining an arsenal of both digital marketing services and design we're able to help our clients and their brands excel.
We believe that effective marketing begins with a thorough understanding of the client’s essential attributes and ends in a single unifying idea making solutions that are meaningful.
We worked with Brooklyn based wooden jewelry and accessories brand, GoodWoodNYC on the redesign of their website interface and build a robust custom shopping cart. The brand needed to improve upon their previous layout in an effort to drive sales as well as stay on the forefront of e-commerce. Thinking Giant's efforts resulted in a clean homepage design for the newly launched shopping cart . LEARN MORE…
Our challenge was to bring to life the vibrant colors and styles 191 Unlimited. Our first step was to reshoot the product line and use the new clean images to develop the new 191 Unlimited website. Focusing on simplicity we developed a new site and brand strategy for all 191 Unlimited's digital activities. LEARN MORE…
May 23, 2013
Social Media has proven time and again to be an effective and efficient tool during a disaster as a means of getting information out to the people who need it. During Hurricane Sandy, NYC’s Mayor’s office used Twitter to communicate vital information. See the below infographic for the uses on Social Media during a disaster: UniversityLEARN MORE…
Apr 22, 2013
Any business selling online should seriously consider ways to decrease customer shopping cart abandonment. If users are visiting your website but are dropping off during the checkout process, you may have to make some adjustments to reduce your shopping cart abandonment rate. Using tools like Google Analytics or Kissmetrics can give you insight intoLEARN MORE…
Apr 1, 2013
Fast Company created this awesome poster called the 36 Rules of Social Media. Source: infographics.fastcompany.com via Sashea on Pinterest