The biggest company in our industry just announced a product that jeopardizes our current product line. We have a 8-month lead-time. What do we do?
We are exploring five different business lines relating to our core product. Which of these should we consider a priority?
We've had a successful game in the market. Should we launch these enhancements as a DLC or package it into a sequel?
What should our Version 1 be? Are we working on too many features or too few to capture the attention of the market?
Help us design viral loops and word-of-mouth triggers inside the product to help with organic growth
Could you please do a usability or ergonomics review of our product and recommend changes?
We're thinking of offshore development. What are the risks / benefits, the cost or time estimates to understand? Should we do outsourced or dedicated offshore centers? Could you recommend any vendors?
We need to rethink the overall user experience architecture to simplify the entire flow
What's the core story or key benefits of our product or conference? Which parts do we focus on when we reach out to the press? On our website?
Help us design our crowdfunding campaign to communicate authentically and with credibility, and create strong incentives for backers
We've had a successful product in overseas markets, now launching in the U.S. and need to adjust our message accordingly
Should YouTube be more of a focus for our content strategy, or blogs? How soon before launch do we start on this?
Help us recruit and start a 14-person content team to run a 10 month content campaign
Help determine the metrics to focus on for growth at this stage.
We used to spend $150k per year on ad-spend, but now we want to allocate it to something else. What should it be?
How do we build an engaged, attentive community of users around our company?
Help us figure out our keynote conference and booth strategy for this upcoming Expo (e.g. CES, E3, MWC, SXSW)
Our team's been passionate about helping entrepreneurs, studios, storytellers and innovators around the world.
We've been involved in both building and participating in several community driven projects, such as Green & White (100,000 strong), Startup Insiders (2000+ strong), Austin Game Dev Jammers (400+ studios), Molyjam (globally: 100,000+), Nanowrimo, and more.
This gives us unique insight into the needs of particular groups of people, and helps make the right connections to make their lives easier.
At Mocha7 we love the diverse sets of perspectives our backgrounds bring to our work.
In the past we've worked with cellists or with the Fortune-500. We're writers, and photographers, and programmers and pragmatists.
One thing's for sure: Loving coffee is our minimum criteria for entry :)