2111 Third Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121
In Seattle, we’re fun, creative and – as you might expect – highly caffeinated. While we’re dead serious about our work, we try to keep things light around here. We wear a lot of hats, literally and figuratively, which allows us to cover some really challenging, sometimes outright strange, project requirements, and look cool while doing it. Some of our client roster includes national and global organizations involved in architecture, food + beverage, technology and start-ups. We’re also helping two local clients get their entrepreneurial legs under them as we speak, cyPop and Wavii. Yeah, we hate cliche as much as the next group of creatives, but our office is a super sweet open loft space that screams Seattle. A great environment for innovation, collaboration, and, of course, coffee.
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Practice Areas + Expertise
- Technology + Mobile
- Digital + Social Media
- Media Relations
- Consumer PR
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24 Hours in Seattle
Twenty-four hours in Seattle is more than enough time to get a great vibe for what the city has to offer, and the place to start is Pike Place Market. Aside from being a popular destination with visitors, it's equally popular with locals looking to buy their fresh vegetables, a bouquet of flowers, or a cup of coffee or a pastry. Just a few blocks up the hill from the Market is Seattle's bustling downtown shopping core, including a huge Macy's and the flagship Nordstrom store. Take the skybridge over to Pacific Place, a multi-story mall with everything from Tiffany to an entire level dedicated to restaurants.
Upon stepping out of the mall, you can head East to Capitol Hill, a popular neighborhood to live, work, and play. Make sure you stop in at Cupcake Royale, for a snack and fresh brewed coffee, and choose just about any street to walk up and down. While peering into the various shops and restaurants, you'll pass some of Seattle's famed bars and music spots, including Neumos and Chop Suey, to name a few. On a nice day, you'll see groups playing sports or just hanging around in Cal Anderson Park, or maybe grabbing lunch across the street at Oddfellows.
Heading back down Cap Hill, you can head a bit further west and head towards the Queen Anne neighborhood, and make sure to stop by the Space Needle while you're there. If heights aren't your thing, perhaps the Experience Music Project (EMP) / Science Fiction Museum (SFM) might be your cup of tea, and they're right next door. After your fill of the sights and sounds of Seattle's culture, heading back towards the waterfront towards sunset is well worth it. Seattle Art Museum's Olympic Sculpture Park provides a fantastic vantage point for the setting sun and Olympic Mountains across the sound, or you could head into AQUA by El Gaucho at Pier 70 to enjoy a nice meal and some of the best views of the ferries traveling to and fro. To cap off your night, check out Seattle's latest addition, the Great Wheel, which offers an enclosed view of the waterfront and cityscape. With Mount Rainier to the South, beyond CenturyLink and Safeco Fields, the Olympic Mountains the Puget Sound to the West and the city to the East, you can see why many people find living in Seattle to be relaxing and invigorating all at the same time.
Seattle in The Hot Seat
We asked members of our Seattle office to sound off on food, TV and music and more. Here’s what they had to say:
Favorite Watering Hole?
Your Office Anthem
"I Can't Stop" - Flux Pavilion
Favorite In-Office Activity
Give us a couple of weeks to try out the new space!
What is the Most Iconic Landmark in Your City?
The Space Needle.
Describe the neighborhood your office is in?
Belltown is a healthy mix of restaurants, nightlife, business shopping core, and it's super walkable.
What's the most ordered lunch?
La Vaca Burritos
If your office was a TV show, which one would it be?
Burn Notice. We've got our hands in everything, but you just don't know it yet!