We're an anti-commonplace creative studio that values slow design, one-on-one collabs, and final products that make you go "dayummm."
There's exactly one way to cut this so you're gonna need to grab your grandma's old Swiss army knife for this one.
We only make three things but we're pretty damn good at them (really damn good, if we do say so ourselves). So, if you're into future-ready websites, impactful brands, and nihilistic dad jokes, our compact team is bent on joining forces with you.
We’re into earning brands and orgs serious return on investment — it’s our favorite hobby. That’s why we take the time to get to know you and chat about things like what’s working, what’s not working, and what’s next. Then we use these elements to yield an efficient, sustainable solution that makes sense for your organization. We also want to point out that we do all this without cutting corners because we believe if it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing right the first time.
And just so you know, we never outsource and we're not some bloated, slow-moving agency either. Instead, when project scope goes out of bounds, we tap into our network of niche creators to build a micro-scale team that delivers products effectively and efficiently.
Hot take (that shouldn’t be a hot take at all, actually): Lack of accessibility is as problematic as Nickelback’s latest album. That's why we value inclusivity, it's why we partner with Accessibe, and it's why we prioritize accessible options for all.
We're allergic to the patriarchy. That's why we care about the people we partner with and how we connect with them. RGB Design Lab makes the conscious decision to work with organizations led by people who are also committed to fostering human connection, inventing safe spaces, and enacting social change.
This isn't your mother's internet anymore. That's why we create for the future, not for the now. Things like 3D modeling excite us, and we're the kind of people who follow our 3D guts. Plus, we're really into AR/VR, interaction and experience design, and other really neat stuff we should talk about sometime.