Today’s Vibe is a multidisciplinary design agency comprised of three Philadelphian artists (Adil, Mike, and Jason) with every intention to “help rid the world of the ineffective, obsolete, and intrusive marketing techniques that assault every facet of modern life.”
Big New Ideas was founded by Aaron Perry-Zucker and Tino Chow to “help forward-thinking business and organizations start conversations, communicate effectively, and activate community.”
Weightshift is a design studio that is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, and San Francisco, California. The studio produces elegant and websites, interfaces, identities, and printed collateral.
Simple.Honest.Work is a bi-coastal agency (we like to think of Chicago as the Third Coast) with a small, dedicated team of digital creatives.
Alessandro Cavaterra is a graphic designer and user interface developer who has chosen The Eternal City for his base of operations.
Gerren Lamson lives in Austin, TX, and he is a designer, illustrator, and “all-around creative person.”
Colin McKinney is a Glasgow based web and graphic designer. He has over ten years of industry experience in web design and development, animation, and illustration.
Odopod is a digital agency that “help[s] brands make new friends.” The agency was founded at the height (circa 2000) and near the heart (San Francisco) of the Silicon Valley boom. It should comes as no surprise that ten years later Odopod is a major player in the areas of digital strategy, user interface (UI) innovation, and digital marketing.
Quite Strong is a collective made up of “creatives of the female variety.” The women of Quite Strong are designers, art directors, web developers, and illustrators.
Synapse is an interesting graphic design company that is headquartered in Melbourne, Australia. This agency produces a noteworthy amount of print, apparel, web, and branding projects.
Sodavirtual is a Brazilian web agency that is proud of their Brazilian heritage and spirit. Sodavirtual did not design the Rio2016 logo, but the firm has embraced their surrounding “culture cocktail” made up of friendly and happy Brazilians. This envrionment helps the Sodavirtual team bring creativity, innovation, and quality to their work.
The Night Owl Interactive team is seven members strong and all kinds of talented. This boutique shop focuses on “building user-friendly websites, web applications, and mobile apps for mid-size companies and educational institutions.”
Helms Workshop provides a full range of brand development, design and advertising services.
Tokyo Digital is primarily a digital agency (surprise), but the firm likes likes to consider itself an idea agency that provides digital solutions — either way, Tokyo Digital delivers top-notch web sites, web apps, social media content, and mobile widgets from its London and Liverpool offices.
InfinVision differentiates itself from most of the faces and firms we have covered by not focusing on design.
Previously featured firm, The Heads of State, updated their website today, and the design blogosphere is all a flutter with the news. As our dear readership knows the Ballista staff is easily smitten, so here is our two cents. The…
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Happy Cog creates beautiful, standards compliant websites for some of the largest clients out there: Zappos, W3C, and Wordpress; to name a few.
Adam Flanagan is a Brooklyn-based creative and the art director at 160over90.
Designsensory is a brand, design, and interactive consultancy headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee. The Designsensory team, nearly 20 strong, is particularly savvy at seeing the big picture. They work hard to ensure clients’ core marketing, communication or web issues are identified and addressed.
Mike Kus is the design mastermind behind projects such as, The Future of Web Design, Chirp: The Official Twitter Developer Conference, and StackOverlow DevDays websites.