Cornerstones of Idean culture.
We know that teams who love working together create the best work. That’s why we place so much importance on individual happiness, a creative work environment, and activities that further bond us together as teams. Becoming the greatest digital and experience design agency in the world can only happen from the inside out.
If you’re passionate about working hand-in-hand with startups and global brands while creating best-in-class products that set the stage for industry-wide innovation, you’ll thrive among our team of groundbreaking strategists, designers, and developers.
Creating a supportive environment.
Our work isn’t run-of-the-mill. We take on the kinds of projects that challenge us, require team collaboration, and make us better designers. Overcoming difficult challenges together is part of what makes our work so rewarding.
We also understand that we make mistakes along the way; we see them as opportunities to learn and improve from, rather than something to be embarrassed by. It’s a supportive and growth oriented atmosphere that keeps our teams confident and progressing in their craft.
Not taking ourselves too seriously.
Design is fun. If you’re not having fun, you’re probably doing it wrong—and you’re definitely not working at Idean. We believe a joyful team is the key to creating experiences that transcend conventional ideas. From opportunities to learn new skills to team field trips to tucked away corners of the globe, we maintain a coveted balance of fulfilling work and lighthearted fun.
Treating clients like partners.
We’re not only selective about the people we hire. We also look for the right fit when it comes to potential clients.
Our mission is to improve the human experience through design. This type of work relies on a certain mindset and company culture within the companies we work with—namely, one of innovation with an openness to change and a vested interest in human-centered design. When we partner with clients like these, there’s no limit to the impact we can make.