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We propel higher education
toward its potential

Bravery is a service design and product development studio planted squarely in the higher education sector. We create daring solutions to the core challenges facing institutions of higher learning.

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At Bravery, we don’t believe in hard selling. We are higher ed and want to help. So even if you decide not to work with us, we’d still love to talk about your goals and share our ideas.

No pressure. No kidding.

Case Study

National University mobile screenshot

They say redesign,
We think reimagine.

Sometimes you don’t need to completely change your website. Bravery can help you figure out the best, most cost-effective, and return-generating strategies for your institution’s web marketing efforts because we're experts in these services:

“With Bravery’s help our new website is driving 128% year-over-year conversion rates. I could not be more proud of the final product we have.”

Seth Odell
Vice Chancellor for Marketing National University

Austin based,
Globally minded.

Joel Goodman, Principal and Founder
Amy Grace Wells, UX + Content Strategy Expert
Brendan Pittman, Design + Creative Lead

Bravery Media was founded in 2012 in the capitol city of Austin, TX — home to the University of Texas at Austin, St. Edwards University, and Austin Community College. Our proximity to world-class institutions, one of the fastest growing tech hubs in the USA, and a vibrant creative scene provides Bravery with unmatched access to the best technical and design minds in the world.

Combined, our team members have worked on hundreds of websites across the higher education, B2B, hospitality, e-commerce, and consumer sectors. Our work is beautiful and performs at the highest levels for millions of web users every day. What other higher ed agency can say the same?

Want success?
We certainly do.

Trusting a different agency is just as hard as trying new things. In an industry as risk-averse as higher education, that's doubly true. So we always start with a simple conversation.