Our London studio is located in the historic Tea Building, nestled close to London’s Silicon Roundabout tech hub, and has been a fixture in Shoreditch since ustwo began in 2004. With 80 talented and driven people, we’re dedicated to delivering stand-out creative and strategic work for clients including DeepMind Health, Ford, Fresenius, Alder Hay and Three. We have also developed our own products and businesses, including Moodnotes, Wayfindr, and DICE.
With a colourful and beautifully creative space on “Love Street” in the heart of Malmö, our Nordic studio is a warren of creativity and strategic thinking. Opening in 2008, our international and diverse team of 60, are nuts about our Swedish Fika! We love our donuts and a round of rundpingis (Google!). We’re proud to count major brands including IKEA, BMW, Samsung and LEGO among our clients. We’re also the birthplace of several ustwo products including Rando and PAUSE.
Light-filled with sweeping panoramic views of Manhattan’s Financial District, our New York studio, which opened in 2012, is located on the sixteenth floor of the historic Standard Oil Building. Our studio design compliments the diversity and playful nature of this 40+ person team as we create industry firsts for clients such as Google, Facebook, and Unity.
Expanding further into Europe, the newest ustwo chapter is a small Product Delivery team of designers and developers working closely with our London studio. Immersed in Lisbon's world-class craft, visual arts, and architecture, this team brings new rigor and understanding to making and improving digital products, particularly in health care.
In mid 2017, ustwo established a team in Tokyo as an extension of our London studio. Based in the district of Minato-ku, the team works closely with Nissan and the automotive industry as well as expanding into finance. We have a small team of 4 with a mixed background in product strategy, coaching, user experience and visual design. Our primary focus in Japan has been to support companies going through significant change in their ways of working, as software and services are becoming an increasing part of their business.