Smith & Company is a design and marketing communications company grounded in strategic ideas and storytelling. We have the capability to take on virtually any project that results in a creative deliverable, whether it be digital or analog, branding, content, social, experience, or innovation.

We collaborate with San Francisco Bay Area agencies, startups and talent, but have a network of resources with varied capabilities around the globe. Being nimble, efficient, and primarily virtual in the way we work, results in a highly crafted product with low overhead.

At Smith & Co., we treat clients like “Company”. We have a vested interest in your success, so lets work together to make people think, talk, laugh, cry, and love your brand.

Brands we’ve impacted:

Microsoft, Xbox, Samsung Mobile USA, Intel, Netflix, Kia, HTC, Honda, Acura, Visa, Adobe, Chevrolet, Apple, Virgin America, Coinstar, Coke, Activision, GAP, VW, American Express Open, Clorox, Greenworks, Tilex, Liquid Plumr, Pine-Sol, State Farm Insurance, Children of Shelters, Altoids, Nintendo, P&G, Leffe, Polaroid, Allstate, Pillsbury, Motorola, Jenn-Air, Maytag, Kraft, Cadillac, Pontiac, McDonald’s, Nabisco, Kellogg’s, Art.com, Varsitybooks.com, Handspring, and Fila.

Agencies we’ve worked with:

Wieden+Kennedy, Goodby Silverstein & Partners, Crispin Porter+Bogusky, Erich & Kallman, Drkhrse, Deutsch, AKQA, FCB, BBDO, Razorfish, Team One, Evolution Bureau, Leo Burnett, Eleven Inc., TMA, Secret Weapon, Riney, Barkley, Hoffman Lewis, and 180 LA.

Founder / Creative Director:  Dustin D. Smith
Business Manager:  Kristi Kennedy

dustindsmith

Art Director / Creative Director / Cycling Enthusiast / Artist / Husband / Father / Human Being

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