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great stuff, thanks for sharing
Yes, excellent indeed.
A bit disappointed this is not about Microsoft Office
nice work, but those 'we believe' agency manifestos really irritate me. every other friggin agency has the same one. get over yourselves
fantastic freaking work.
@isakosmo - I agree, however, I think the website is looked at through what the 'client' is going to see. Most firms like Office want to be seen as creative partners and not as vendors or places that makes clients dreams come to reality. In doing a bit of self-authorship, they're establishing an authoritative tone. It's the same thing that you and I have seen time and time again, but for the C-level exec at Unilever, that stuff sounds pretty good.
Sometimes I really miss working there.
posts old agency site...
waits to see what kind of response it gets...
response is good.
tells everyone he used to work there.
Meh... Their website looks like a "dime a dozen" web templates that I have been seeing all over the internet for the past year or so. Their work is nice, but nothing mind-blowing and or innovative. Same shit different shop.
- He and Boz are always good for a repeated rant. I agree with him a bit, lot's of generic looking 'folios on the web.Andrew_D
- This seems to be your default response, utopian. I'm curious, whose work does blow your mind?gramme
- The work, mind you, not the website. I agree their new site is rather vanilla.gramme
- d-kitchen.com and Iimaginaryforces.com… to name a couple. Their work not their websites.utopian
- lol, digital kitchen is literally 40x larger than Office (employee numbers)monospaced
- oops, I meant 20xmonospaced
- and 20x betterutopian
- if you say so ;)monospaced
- what does the size of the company matter? ive seen 2-man shops blow your big guys out of the water.dMullins
Fantastic work. I like their new logotype.
nice as ice. :-)
always liked their work, nice new site aswell
The bar has been set, and it is really low.
Love office. Glad to see more great work from them.