Motion Designer Yo Santosa knows a good thing when she sees it. She quit her job in 2006 with only one client: Pinkberry, a frozen yogurt purveyor. Success bloomed and clients now include TBS, Hustler and more.
“Our studio was founded on the seemingly naive principle: save the world, and don’t just make money,” admits Matthew Manos, founder of a verynice design studio. The studio is inspired by social, rather than financial objectives, but manages to balance both.
The Husband-and-wife team behind San Francisco design firm Hybrid Design has incorporated play into their business plan, an essential tool to unleashing creative solutions.
Benjamin Dooling grew up amidst the shavings and sawdust of his father’s furniture-making business. It’s not surprising that he has a knack for discovering inspiration all around him. Dooling has found a niche in branding and packaging for the food and beverage industry. Spend some time with his stunning work.
The Oklahoma boys of Foundry Collective pay homage to the values and drive of their Midwestern forefathers who toiled in oil fields and farms. They do this by infusing simple, hard work into every design project.