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What happens when creative people are involved in shaping solutions to the issues we face as a society?

practice areas

Since 2007, we’ve worked with organizations in four key sectors that shape the ideas and interactions we have with one another.

policy & civic sector

education

media

culture

capabilities

We believe that involving design thinking to tackle complex questions can yield more dynamic, trusting, and accountable communities. Our capabilities include, but are not limited to:

define

  • Vision & goals setting
  • Brand architecture analysis
  • Policy brainstorms
  • Team structure analysis
  • Guides & how-to handbooks
  • Workshop design & facilitation
  • Community engagement

research

  • Content, communications, & visual identity auditing
  • Stakeholder interviews
  • Journey mapping
  • User persona definition
  • Comparative analysis
  • Network mapping
  • Brand positioning

create

  • Visual & digital design
  • Experience & wayfinding design
  • Content strategy
  • Sitemapping
  • Information architecture
  • Messaging development
  • Brand guidelines creation

build

  • Wireframing
  • Front-end & back-end development
  • Responsive development
  • Accessible development
  • Print & physical production oversight
  • Video production

team

We are a civic-minded group with a flexible skill set that can solve a range of challenges.

Since the start of Objective Subject, we’ve worked with some talented people. Gone, but not forgotten a few of our fellow co-workers:

  • Aaron Carámbula @carambula, Facebook

  • Emma White @nodilemma, Portal A

  • Sam Gray @samrgray, BlenderBox

  • Kuan Luo @kuanluo, Elpha

  • Blake Olmstead @blakeolmstead, Atlas Obscura

  • Zack Seuberling @zackseuberling, Rumors

  • Mark Silver @markdsilver, The New York Times

  • Dan Shin @dan_shin, Square
  • Houman Momtazian, Ongoing Projects
  • Elliot Arthur @elliotarthur
  • Ryan Schoenherr, Local Projects

Recognition

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