XO Agency Case Study

The Wiseman Group


From Disconnected Content to a Single Experience


XO Agency partnered with The Wiseman Group, a leadership development and research organization headquartered in Silicon Valley, to bring together an aging and disparate digital footprint into one, modern content management system.

A Design-in-Browser Approach

The existing Wiseman Group websites consisted of various properties serving their book audiences, seminar and workshop audiences separately, with different third party services connecting them. All resulting in a poor brand experience and a confusing user journey.

Our process began with a content audit and brand discussion to align on the key objectives of what the new site should solve for. After those initial discussions, we quickly moved into building the site while designing it with our XO Spark framework. This allowed for rapid iteration and shows the client exactly what the final site will look, feel and behave like. No comps or wireframes, just iteration of the site in a staging environment.

This transparent process eliminates confusion around what will actually be built, and creates a positive environment for collaboration between agency and client.

Services Provided

Web Design and Build

Marketing Integration

Visual Design

Integrating the Sales Funnel

A website is not simply a digital brochure. The power of digital is in understanding how it can be a tool to grow the business through deeper interactions with customers. The Wiseman Group invests heavily in their point of view and thought leadership, creating an opportunity to offer real value to customers learning about the company and its services.

XO integrated site content, interactive quizzes and the customer relationship management system to create a fluid and frictionless entry point into the sales funnel for the organization.

“XO Agency led a seamless collaboration from start to finish. Customers can expect a highly responsive team with technical expertise and the drive to go above and beyond in their delivery.”

Liz Wiseman, President