Who the audience is, is not always as apparent as we, or our clients may think—so our first objective is always to figure out who & where. Once we're sure of who we're trying to communicate with, the show is all about them.
We want the best for our clients, and of course something beautiful that we can stamp our name on. Here's the thing: If we're not confident that the solution will have an amazing outcome, it's simply not worth the while.
We design experiences that are necessary to achieve a specific goal through communication from our clients, to their audiences. We might tell you that you don't need a website just like your competitors if it doesn't genuinely appeal to your audience. Why waste the time? Let's spend that effort on something with the largest possible return on investment.
User Experience Design
Print & Environmental Graphics
Manzan came to us to create an experience for local Los Angeles indie-goers to feel like there was a 'hub' for finding new bands and shows. We turned their identity into something memorable and gave it the flexibility necessary to be used in any context.
The Daily Dose needed a simple, responsive and bold menu-first website to get users to see the delectable menu and beautiful location straight out of their favorite restaurant finding app like Yelp and FourSquare.
Director, Matthew James Reilly broke out into the Cannes Film Festival with his stoic film, Abigail. We helped create a consistent and memorable experience for film buffs online, as well as at the festivals.
Webitap is working on creating powerful apps integrated with NFC technology allowing users to simply tap their phones and interact. We did some 3D concepts in the restaurant/dining industry that would invite diners to tap and access the restaurant's interactive menu.
Positron Music creates ringtones and jingles for any occasion. We created this playful and simple site so that jingle-seekers could contact them with ease and style.
We designed this lettering and some marketing materials for Jules Larson's album "Let's Stay Young."
We designed this site for a popular fashion blogger to have a responsive editorial style blog that looked amazing on any device. Site currently in development.
We've worked on quite a few logos & identities.
The man who wears 2 watches.
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