Who We Are
Double One is a multidisciplinary creative studio which specializes in bringing unique perspectives to solve unique problems. We’re obsessed with design in all forms, and we love making things that inspire and delight. Our integrated approach focuses on conveying strong messages by creating distinctive experiences.
What We Do
- Logo Design & Branding
- Stationery Design
- Illustration & Custom Graphics
- Web Design & Development
- Mobile UI/UX Design
We believe in the power of good design, and we feel that truly successful projects must be both beautiful and functional. Our designs are more than just pretty pixels; they communicate a message to their audiences with brevity and clarity.
We know what it takes to make a website or app work. We pride ourselves on clean code, strong SEO, and an emphasis on usability. Each of our projects is tailor-made to address the challenges at hand in the best way possible.
We come from a variety of backgrounds, and we think it makes us better at what we do. We’re not just designers and developers; we’re entrepreneurs, artists, engineers, and more. MEET OUR TEAM to see what we bring to the table. →
Designer / Artist / Tea Drinker
Megan has been tinkering with HTML for nearly two decades. Along the way she’s studied Studio Art and Sustainable Design, gotten a Master’s in Architecture, and freelanced as a web and graphic designer for various clients.
Developer / Engineer / Coffee Drinker
Jin-Soo is an engineer by training, but he now spends his days developing back-end and front-end applications for the web. He is passionate about interactive media and enjoys creating games in his spare time.
HR Director / Security / Cheesemonger
Kaiju’s role at Double One is multifaceted: alarm system, garbage disposal, tennis ball delivery, and much more. She is also a budding social media maven and aspiring Instagram star (links coming soon!). ← GO BACK
S.T.A.T. Website Refresh
Animal rescue non-profit Saving The Animals Together came to us looking for a new, modernized website that would be easier for its volunteers to maintain. The new design is both approachable and professional, providing a more usable hub of information for potential adopters, fosters, volunteers, and donors alike.
My-Viz Website Redesign
Radians came to us with a need to update its existing My-Viz website, a custom design tool for high-visibility vests and shirts. We rebuilt the entire site from the ground up using modern web technology and fully integrating the design wizard’s options into Joomla CMS. We also reworked the look and feel of the site to match the design direction of Radians’ current branding and packaging.
IN PROGRESS – Procedure Center
We are currently in the process of developing a branding system, promotional materials, and in-app graphics for Procedure Center, an app targeted at emergency services departments to help them easily access reference materials in the field. The logo is a dual reference to the Star of Life (an EMS icon) and an asterisk, calling to mind footnotes and reference literature.
Luxe Wish Logo
This branding project is for Luxe Wish, an up-and-coming design-focused website and retail store with an eye for sophistication, innovation, creativity, and cool. The client wanted a logo influenced by beautiful typography with a premium feel, which we achieved through the use of a modern spin on the classic monogram.
A series of promotional posters created for Farmscape Gardens, an organic microfarming company based in the Los Angeles area. The first illustration shows a typical suburban neighborhood of identical tract homes transformed by the presence of raised bed vegetable gardens; the repurposed lawns bring vibrancy to an otherwise cookie-cutter environment.
Attack of the 15 Foot Women
This series of larger-than-life collages visualizes the far-reaching influence created by representations of women in the media; constructing these images out of magazine pages re-contextualizes them and reflects their pervasiveness in society. This contrast of beguiling beauty and overwhelming scale is intended to help tease out the roles these depictions play in all our lives.