The Rodesk staff harbours its own particular batch of go-getters, in the form of cycling, running, and bouldering fanatics. This explains why for us, it’s just a short sprint to any project focusing on sports & recreation.
We understand this world from the inside out: because we are proud to be part of it ourselves, and because we regularly sit down for a beer with it on a Friday afternoon. In our sports and recreation projects, we employ passion to work on our passions – and at that point, business and pleasure suddenly start to coincide.
It’s important to spend your free time well. Getting some well-deserved rest is a big part of that, but the trick is to try and balance your leisure with a healthy dose of exercise. It doesn’t matter whether you grab your hiking boots for a stroll in the authentic Dutch countryside or run down the streets of your hometown chasing a new personal record. Sports & recreation make for a sane mind in a healthy body while forging bonds between people straight across any kind of cultural divide. This inspires us, and it drives us to go the extra mile at every step along the way.
Of course, sports & recreation is a pretty broad concept – or actually two broad concepts. Still, they touch upon each other, with all sorts of overlap and mutual interests running between them. In sports as well as recreation you want to draw people in, and to pull them along in a comprehensive experience gravitating around your brand or event. As long as you make sure that online and offline make for a seamless match, you have what you need to build an overall User Experience with tremendous impact. That way, the anticipation and the aftereffects of your event or activity will prove a decisive factor in the success of your entire operation. This in turn unlocks creative perspectives to spark people’s enthusiasm while connecting them in meaningful ways. On top of that, with the right kind of online implementation, you’ll be able to promote events, share news and knowledge, recruit new members, sell tickets and seats, and generate support without compare.
For us, it’s obviously great to be able to match our User Experience expertise with the things we love to do. It allows us to inspire people, to entertain them, and to get them going as we add something genuine to a world that we’re right in the middle of. These are the projects where we fully enjoy the results. It’s the very same feeling we get whenever we do projects based on our love for urban development: another field of expertise where our work and our passion interlock. Sports & recreation set in a city full of development – we jump at every chance to get stuck right in!