Code and Theory, an Agency for the Digital Age

January 15, 2015

By Interview Conor Risch


Image from “The Girl With the Big Eyes” campaign for Maybelline, shot by Brandon Ralph.

Creative agency Code and Theory was founded by childhood friends Brandon Ralph and Dan Gardner in 2001. After operating primarily as a digital design firm—some of their earliest work was designing websites for photographers—the company, which was named an “Agency to Watch” by Advertising Age in 2014, has grown to employ 300 people based in New York, San Francisco, London...

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