From our brightly lit office space to the typeface choice on our website, every detail at Monograph becomes an opportunity for a considered design project. As a founding team of trained designers we bring our experience from having worked in offices all over the world to our San Francisco studio. With both a rigorous and playful approach to design thinking, we move well beyond the visuals—designing everything including marketing, our sales process, and even our internal APIs.
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Beyond the aesthetics and quality of interactions, we are at our core a design-driven company.
That means that we’re intentional about everything we do. From a product perspective, we make every decision asking, “How is the user going to experience this? How will it look, feel, and sound to a user?”
Everything is designed, and when things are “designed poorly,” it is really only because they weren’t consciously designed, they were mindlessly designed. We were a design-driven company before we even hired our first designer, and we will continue to be an intentional, design-driven company even when we hire our 100th. Everyone here—from support to engineering—contributes ideas and feedback to our product design.
In a way, being a design-driven company means being a questions-driven company. Most companies are started with a specific product in mind—an answer (I want to make this tee shirt). We actually started this company with a question: “How can we empower everyone to build the internet?” We tried many answers until we got to the right one.
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