Headquartered in San Francisco
Our Agile creative process includes sprint-based iterative design, interactive prototypes and rapid user testing to meet the brand, marketing, and development goals for our clients. We work with Fortune 50 companies and start-ups to craft intuitive and visually-rich experiences for their websites, online applications, and mobile systems. Our iterative approach can accommodate a wide range of projects and scope, whether it's a two-week sprint or long-term engagement.
Our primary mission is to create a zero-friction experience between a user's expectations and a company's end goal and marketing strategy. This process is both data and design driven—using real world testing to inform and validate the final design concepts.
SemiBig's founders, Wes Garcia (former Apple Designer) and John McConnico (an experienced Brand Strategist) are hands-on designers—meaning they still craft every pixel—and work closely with their clients to achieve their short-term and long-term business goals.
Some of our past clients include:
Cisco • Intuit • Stanford University • eBay • Shape Magazine • Apple • Fuji (Taiwan) • Simplex Japan
Through our Agile-based creative approach, we help a wide range of clients launch impactful experiences for web, desktop, and mobile.
We created the relaunched web presence for Service Rocket, a global technology services company. The WordPress-driven site included a comprehensive Support and Client Area, in addition to the internationally-focused marketing site. The final website was also tested thoroughly with its target base to ensure optimal UX.
We created the online presence & accompanying sales portal for this exclusive large-scale real estate community. Zanbato allows international investors and developers to view, track, and bid on properties worldwide—offering a wealth of information and statistics to its members. SemiBig executed design and front-end UI development over a 6-week period.
Having distributed a NIKKEI stock application for the last 4+ years, Simplex realized that it needed a complete overhaul. We redesigned the application's visual interface and functionality from the ground up. The 6-month project resulted in a mobile-based application distributed to Japanese financial companies, as well as a wider web-based release in the future.
Throughout an 8-week period we defined the new branding, art direction, and front-end design of The Stanford Daily, the premier online news outlet for the university's students, faculty, and alum. The final site included integrated media galleries, dynamic news widgets, and targeted advertising strategies.