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Sajak & Farki

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Sajak & Farki is a team of designers, developers, animators and strategists who work together as one to create premium brand experiences online, offline and everywhere in between.” The studio is part of the Lunch Network, a creative production network founded by renowned Executive Producer, Amy Miranda. The purpose of the Lunch Network is to utilize the unique talents and skill sets of a variety of agencies, studios, and firms, to produce the best possible client work. If a client is looking for “a fully integrated, multi-platform digital experience that lives globally,” with their powers combined the Lunch Network can get it done.

As a valuable member of the Lunch Network, Sajak & Farki have tackled digital campaigns, website, installations, games, identities, and print. The studio, led by Paul Bazay and Dael Wasylenka, excels in the development of digital experiences. Their success in this field has been critically recognized over the years with numerous distinctions and awards, including a nod by Communication Arts and two appearances on The Favorite Website Awards.

The members of the Sajak & Farki team consistently deliver unique digital experiences that engage users and address client needs. In fact, Sajak & Farki are proud to say that “[their] mission is to never execute a campaign the same way twice.” Looking through the studio’s portfolio it is clear that the team has a firm grasp on contemporary design trends and user interface patterns. Additionally, the studio completes a fair number of projects for the social media-verse, which in our review provide real value to both clients (read, advertisers) and users (read, target market).

If you would like to view additional work from Sajak & Farki please visit sajakfarki.com. You can also fan the studio on Facebook, and follow their every move (140 characters at a time) on Twitter.

 

 

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