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Open To All

January 26, 2021

written by
Barbara O Stephenson

At 300FeetOut, being people-centric is a core value. We support and welcome you—no matter who you are, what you look like, or where you are from. We are committed to creating a safe and welcoming environment where everyone—employees and clients alike—gets respect. Here’s what this means to us as individuals committed to putting people first in business:

“Because being people-centric is a core value for me as an individual, I wanted it to be one of our core values as a company.  Just as in life, in our day-to-day work it pays to have this value, both internally and externally.”

“When doing client work my first thought is how best to help the client achieve their goals.”

“Being people-centric is important to me because it helps create a more collaborative environment and brings many unique ideas to the table.”

“As an SEO, I spend so much of my time looking at data – click-throughs, ad impressions, key performance indicators, average monthly search volumes, et cetera. It’s too easy to forget that each datapoint represents an actual person (aside from the occasional spambot🤖). Being people-centric means that traffic analytics are more than just numbers; therefore I approach search engine optimization not just logically but empathetically to the needs and desires of real people.”

“Building a team that crosses the boundaries of age, color, sexuality, economic, & educational backgrounds means that we create products that look more like real-life people”

“Being people-centric is important to me because it shows people that we actually care about the people we work with and that is reflected in our work. Ensuring that I provide a pleasant interaction with each client will help to build trust and will guarantee that a long-lasting relationship. ”

“I think being people-centric is PART of our work. Doing a good job requires that we fully understand the wants, needs, desires, and aspirations of our clients. The close relationships we foster usually make it much easier to capture all of this, putting us totally in-tune with our clients’ needs and it shows in the finished product.”

“I love working with our clients and helping them to get the most out of the awesome technologies we know so much about, and teaching them how to use the things we build.”