You can’t shape culture from a cubicle.
So in 1995, we moved to the kitchen. Conversation and ideas seem to flow more freely in kitchens. There’s no pretense: just one big table that brings everyone together—creative, strategy, production, and client—to talk, to work, to pass things around. It’s okay if things get messy, because the collaboration is priceless.
Our Guiding Principle
We design for a sense of belonging.
The feeling of belonging is a fundamental human need. People want to fill their lives with—and return to—the experiences that create this feeling. When people feel like they belong, they deepen their relationship with a brand. This relationship instills belief, and belief changes behavior.
Our philosophy isn’t just a collection of buzzwords; it is the guiding principle that we apply to our work both externally and internally. It is impossible to design for a sense of belonging if our employees don’t feel like they belong themselves. We’re committed to our employee’s success, and we strive to help our employees grow their skills, enrich their career, and feel at home.
Shiny statues are not what bring us into the kitchen every day, but we have to admit, we’re proud that our work is uniquely recognized for effectiveness, artistry, and innovation.
600 West Fulton, Suite 401
Chicago, IL 60661
3143 S La Cienega Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90016
720 Third Ave, Suite 800
Seattle, WA 98104