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26 oct 2022

How we optimized our Creative Unit: A case study

Nothing works for you better than hands-on experience. Today we want to share with you a true story that happened to our creative unit.

In the beginning, there were problems. Hordes of them. They didn’t emerge simultaneously. Problems somehow tend to accumulate to the extent that you can’t ignore them anymore. So, when this point was reached, we were facing a whole pack of them: 

  • Lame interaction between user acquisition managers (UAM) and the design team
  • Lack of creative ideas
  • No streamlined process for task management
  • Acute need for optimization
  • Overall low performance

Around these major challenges were swarming associated problems that hindered an efficient work process. Not to mention that a creative team is a challenge itself as the process of creating is hard to control and optimize. 

Long story short: we succeeded. How? By leveraging the good old Occam’s Razor principle (“It is futile to do with more what can be done with fewer”) and opting for only 2 solutions that soon helped us overcome all hurdles: 


Solution # 1

Introducing ASANA

A simple and intuitive tool where tasks can be described in detail and managed in the most efficient way. Using ASANA allowed us to:

  • automate task management
  • process more tasks in less time
  • boost the overall performance
  • quickly bring in freelancers to work on a task
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Solution # 2

Bringing in a Creative Producer

We found a specialist with skilled both in management and creative production to:

  • act as a mediator between our designers and the UAM team
  • generate creative ideas and solutions
  • collect performance stats

Together, these solutions made a perfect match: a task form containing all details goes to the Creative Producer who assigns it to a designer with the most appropriate expertise.

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What about results?

  • + 179% to the team’s optimization
  • almost 3 times more tasks per month
  • 100+ tasks per month
  • better work-life balance thanks to an even task distribution
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