The Republic of Quality is an award–winning user experience & content strategy consultancy located in Vancouver, Canada. Veltig trusts the Republic of Quality to lead our UX, content strategy, and design needs. As a small, experienced team, they join projects and get results efficiently.
What We Do
Great design, content strategy, and user experience make our projects stand out.
Connect goals, people, and behaviour to make your business more successful.
Tell a story—your story—in ways that resonate with your audiences and get results.
Make your user interfaces and products delightful, intuitive, and easy to use.
Steve Fisher - User Experience Director
Steve is the Founder and Experience Architect at The Republic of Quality and the Design and Content Conference. He leads the charge on coordinating research, web strategy, visual and interaction design, and content strategy.
Steve has over 19 years experience in research, business strategy, experience strategy, visual and interaction design, and content strategy for the web. During this time he has worked as Director of User Experience in various agency and studio settings.
“I know a lot of companies are wrestling with how to deal with the web on all these new devices and platforms. Delivering a great experience on the mobile web requires a combination of skills across research, content, design, prototyping, and development. Steve has expertise in all these areas, plus his collaborative process would make him a real asset to anyone who wants to make the right decisions about mobile.”Karen McGrane – Bond Art + Science Founder
Shannon Fisher - Writer, Content Strategist
Shannon is the content creation expert at The Republic of Quality. She’ll help you craft content that attracts, grows, informs, and delights your audience.
Proper content strategy means having a clear plan for content execution and delivery. Shannon outlines specific content your users require and plans for ongoing creation and delivery of appropriate content. No time is wasted on articles, copy or blog posts that don’t fit your needs.