Alright Studio is the shapeshifting creative outfit that has no allegiance to medium or method
The New York-based studio prides itself on having the thinking of a big agency and the attention to detail of a small studio.
- Olivia Hingley
- 3 April 2023
If there is anything Alright Studio can do well, it’s build a beautiful website. Last year we met some of its team in one of our editions of Double Click, where they talked us through the explorative site for travel publication Trippin. And in February just passed, the studio published its first personal website – complete with an interactive landing page that lets you click through vastly differing typographic representations of their name (be careful – it’s addictive). It’s this representation of shapeshifting that perhaps best visually summarises Alright Studio and its ability to span all kinds of briefs, industries and mediums: including (and not limited to) art direction, technology development, production, photography, animation as well as brand, graphic and environmental design.
The studio achieves this through carefully considered team structures, having both a core in-house group and an out-of-house group of “highly specialised people, crossing disciplines and competencies”, says one of the studio’s founders Garret DeRossett. It’s this approach that Garret sees as allowing Alright to achieve “the highly researched thinking of a big agency, enhanced and supported by the attention-to-detail of a small studio”, and its ability to work with clients big or small, established or start up. With such dedication to evolving and growing with every project, it’s no doubt that Alright Studio is going to go far.
GalleryAlright Studio: Dame Website (Copyright © Alright Studio, 2022)
GalleryAlright Studio: Luaka Bop Website (Copyright © Alright Studio, 2022)
GalleryAlright Studio: AriZona Thirsy Thirty Website (Copyright © Alright Studio, 2022)
Alright Studio: Symbol Website (Copyright © Alright Studio, 2022)
About the Author
Olivia (she/her) joined the It’s Nice That team as an editorial assistant in November 2021 and soon became staff writer. A graduate of the University of Edinburgh with a degree in English literature and history, she’s particularly interested in photography, publications and type design.