A connected communications firm.

For the last decade, Phenomblue has pioneered at the nexus of technology and communications, ushering brands into the digital age. Today, we offer our clients measurable goals, driving ideas and strategically executed tactics.

Unified a $16 billion company’s diverse brand portfolio through its people.

Through our PTSApproach™, eBay, Inc. is connecting hundreds of millions of people, including customers, partners and employees, through one future plan. Set to become the world’s leading connected commerce company, Phenomblue overhauled eBay Inc.’s employment branding to highlight its competitive advantage and personalize the onboarding experience.

Centralized 18 departments, 38 majors, 57 minors and 15,000+ webpages.

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln's College of Arts and Sciences implemented our PTSApproach™ to reach diverse audiences, both internal and external, through collective departmental messaging. Starting with the school’s web strategy, we overhauled and aligned 30 sites to enhance their recruitment, retention, research and reputation.

Phenomblue knows what success looks like in the connected age.

We help brands plan for it, and provide the necessary tactics and execution to get them there. Creative from strategy. Results over activity. That’s business transcendence. That’s strategically better.

This complex age challenges brands to transform and adapt to an always-on world.

Are you harnessing the opportunities within this highly competitive environment? Find out if your company is prepared as we share the top five tenets of success in the connected age.

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Navigating the Connected Age: Our Manifesto

A decade. Of forging the unknown. Of long days, late nights and an exceptionally talented team pushing us to accomplish more. Together, as a team, we paved the way for digital. As technology was placed into the hands of people, we did the work and produced the experiences that fueled its adoption. We connected our […]

Today on our blog, meet three new members of the team – Kate Fitch, Jill Rohde & Brady Jacobsen.

Welcome Kate Fitch, Jill Rohde & Brady Jacobsen

Meet the newest three new members of our team – Kate Fitch, Jill Rohde and Brady Jacobsen (in order above). Kate Fitch joins Phenomblue as an Associate Creative Director, specializing in copy. Born and raised in Omaha, Kate has spent the last few years in Kansas City working at Meers, Kalamazoo with Biggs|Gilmore (now VML) […]

Are summer apps the new summer camp? What’s the key to better college rankings? Should college classrooms ban laptops? We’re discussing these questions, and other higher ed news and trends today on More.

Are summer apps the new summer camp? What’s the key to better college rankings? Should college classrooms ban laptops? We’re discussing these questions, and other higher ed news and trends today on More.

Boost Your Ratings, Keep Students Engaged and Other Higher Ed News for Summer

While many students may be out of the classroom for vacation, this summer will serve as a time for reflection and preparation for school administrators. Today’s post is a carefully curated and relevant resource for the modern higher ed marketer, highlighting recent news and trends within the space. Summer Apps…The New Summer Camp Last year, […]

While the massive impact of mobile is indisputable, recent research shows a relatively small percentage of online transactions are made on these devices. In fact, the newest trend is webrooming – “testing” a product online, then buying in person. For more on rethinking retail/e-commerce, check out this week’s More post.

Rethinking Retail/E-Commerce

This week’s post on recent news from within the retail/e-commerce space has an accidental theme of sorts. We’re rethinking recent, and popular, industry trends. “Your Website Should Be What Your Audience Needs” Most people aren’t visiting consumer-facing, corporate brands’ websites these days – nearly 70% of Fortune 100 corporate websites recently experienced significant traffic declines, […]

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