Our Work

Recent examples of the impact of our design systems work.

Shipping new product features… FAST


2021 – 2022

We worked with the team at Bigeye to launch a design system, FAST, that now supports their core application and all new feature development. We coached Bigeye designers and engineers through multiple product feature cadences that resulted in faster releases and a system that can scale with their business and adapt to customer needs in a competitive market.

SuperFriendly’s design system approach fundamentally changed how we build product.

Jacob Esparza, Design Manager

Soaring with Atmos

United Airlines

2018 – 2020

With an impending enterprise-wide React migration and rebrand integration deadline looming, we helped the UX and engineering teams at United Airlines to turn a few Sketch files into new design system Atmos from the ground up. We connected 10 siloed product teams through multiple pilots that resulted in systems-based workflows and widescale adoption of Atmos.

I am blown away by the difference Atmos has made in only 2 years.

Kate Halvorsen, former Senior UX Product Designer

Bringing Unity to enterprise applications


2016 – 2017

With only a handful of designers and close to five hundred developers, ExxonMobil needed a way to scale design across the enterprise. We helped them create design system Unity, a collection of common components and best practices that empower developers when a designer isn’t available to work with them.

What can we learn and help teach others about? That mindset is what you brought to this project.

Nick Cochran, Design Strategy Manager

Climbing higher with ALPS

General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists


We developed largescale pattern library ALPS—the Adventist Living Pattern System—that centralized patterns and themes for tens of thousands of churches, publishing houses, media centers, and schools worldwide. Still heavily in use 5 years later and grown into a full-fledged design system, ALPS spans multiple brands and platforms and across this intercontintental church organization.

You provided a great foundation where we were able to take the pieces and easily add new ones.

Brent Hardinge, former Assistant Director of Communication

Reviving an internet pioneer


2016 – 2017

Originally debuting in 1996, About.com’s business was stagnant and declining. We worked directly with CEO Neil Vogel and a core team of product, content, design, engineering, marketing, sales, data, and QA folks to instill new cultural practices of creating digital products with a centralized design system and process, resulting in a rebranding as Dotdash. Six years later, with their recent acquisition of Meredith, Dotdash is now the #1 publisher in America and growing. Talk about a turnaround!

That was simultaneously the most and least Agile thing we’ve done here.

Alex Kuhner, former Director of Agile Program Management