We’re an agency that loves to work with clients that have the products, means and will to improve the wellbeing of their customers.
Over 25 years we’ve helped people lose weight, quit smoking, fight breast cancer, manage their pain, soothe their allergies, control their cholesterol, lower their blood sugar and avoid heartburn, amongst many other conditions.
From couch to counter, specialist to supermarket and PhD to punter, we’re aiming to make Australia a healthier place.
We put together a clear and coherent digital strategy for taking your brand to where it needs to go.
We brainstorm, sketch, discuss and quarrel while our creativity is let loose, to produce user-centric designs that knock users’ socks off.
We produce digital content that is informative, engaging and easily shared and socialised.
We have a team of developers and producers who can confidently integrate and execute our creative ideas.
Inspiring consumers to make healthier choices
Informing through engagement
Adding value to global ideas.
Influencing purchase through engagement
Critical to professional recommendation
Driving consumer insights.
The search for the truth.
Yes we work hard for our clients. But nurturing the health and happiness of our own family is important to us too.
Our firm belief that professionalism isn't all that matters in the work environment is realised through pleasant distractions for mind and body like fortnightly visits from a masseuse and a yoga instructor and quarterly URSA days (aka RDOs).
It's our attention to this kind of human detail that helps makes URSA the fun, friendly and functional workplace it is. An envy-inducing workspace with one awesome Sydney Harbour view doesn't hurt either.
MARDI LE PAGE
"We work on ideas, products and services each day that can actually make a positive difference in someone's life. That's what excites and motivates me each morning."
Executive Creative Director
"Despite the best efforts of wearable devices to turn us into mobile datacentres, we're all still vulnerably human. Emotional insight and creativity have never been more important for turning our best intentions into actions."