An introduction to Good Work

In 2007 I started a small web design company with my college roommate. We got an office downtown a few days after graduating and went door to door looking for business. I was the website guy, he was the business guy. We weren’t quite sure what we were doing but we were having fun and we went all in.


We ran the company for about four years, and learned a ton along the way, but started to feel like jumping straight into our own business was the wrong route for us. We felt like we needed more experience to really do things right, so a few months later we went and got ourselves some bosses.

I went to Erskine Design in Nottingham, UK for a little over three years. Working with companies like the BBC and Endsleigh I learned how big, complex digital projects work. I learned what a team of really smart, quality focused people are capable of. How to work better with clients, money, operations, etc. I learned how to run an international small business.

So, in early 2014, I started Good Work. A no-nonsense, highly experienced digital client services agency. Over the years I’ve gained a unique perspective on how different tasks and situations in an agency environment are handled internationally v.s. here in the states, and I’m excited to create a hybrid between the two. I want to design a place that people want to be a part of; both clients and employees.

Since starting the company a few months ago, we’ve worked on some cool, challenging projects, and have even more in the works. I want to work on the projects that matter — whether that be client projects or our own. Less temporary campaign websites and more digital products and services that people rely on every day. The ones that make or break the trustworthiness and usefulness of an organization.

I believe if you do good, quality work, communicate well and invest in an environment that people want to be a part of, all the rest will fall into place. That’s the goal anyway.

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(Closed) Wanted: Studio Manager

Posted by Garrett

This position has been filled.Founded in early 2014, Good Work is an expert team of developers helping brands, design agencies and startups build things for web and mobile. We’re headquartered in Dallas, Texas with satellite offices across the UK. The job We’re on the lookout for a Studio Manager who wants to have a real impact on the success of all aspects of our business, and looks forward to… Read More »

(Closed) Wanted: Front-end web developer

Posted by Chris

This position has been filled.We’re looking for a smart, enthusiastic and seasoned front-end web developer to join our growing team. This is a remote position (unless you’re in Dallas, TX). Good Work is an expert team of developers helping companies build things for web and mobile. We’re incredibly detail oriented, and take pride in our ability to execute the most subtle details of our client’s… Read More »

Technical SEO checklist

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As the web grows in complexity, Technical SEO becomes more and more relevant. Everything from site speed to security, to overall website usability across a multitude of platforms is relevant in modern day SEO. Technical SEO is the optimization work that needs to be done outside of content, link building and outreach. It’s the strong foundation that gives your content the ability to rank well in… Read More »

The first Good Bracket

Posted by Garrett

Earlier this month we created our first annual Good Bracket   —   a March Madness starter kit for facilitating your design agency’s office pool. We sent the kit out to about 50 design agencies around the nation; a handful of current clients along with a very select group of agencies we could see ourselves working with in the future. The idea came about over a cup of coffee the Monday morning… Read More »

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