Office is a San Francisco-based creative studio that crafts strategies and designs experiences to make things better.



Our Beliefs

What We Do

We work with leading brands and emerging businesses to clarify their stories and create meaningful experiences that matter to people. This includes brand strategy, visual identities, packaging, advertising, digital experiences, communications and environments. We don’t have a singular, proprietary process; we adapt to the unique needs, work processes and internal cultures of each client. But we find the most successful (and fun) relationships are truly collaborative. And the very best work is created together. In 2014, Office was awarded the Smithsonian's Cooper Hewitt National Design Award to honor lasting achievement in American design and recognize excellence, innovation and enhancement of the quality of life. The Office team was honored by First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House.

Our Clients

Over the past 13 years, we’ve been fortunate to help build brands we believe in. Whether a global Fortune 100 company or Silicon Valley start-up, for us, it’s about the organization’s potential and the client’s courage to differentiate through design. Some of our partners, past and present, include:

Our Studio

Office is located in the vibrant and almost always sunny Mission District of San Francisco, in what used to be a window factory. Our team of experienced strategists, designers, writers and account directors are intensely curious and passionate about designing better experiences. Being a small studio keeps us collaborative, fast, flexible and creative. It helps us build close, long-term partnerships with our clients. And it allows our core leadership team to be involved in every project we take on.


Jill Robertson / President

Jill leads our strategy engagements and helps our clients make a positive impact. She gets excited about imaginative ideas, clarity and iced chai.

  • Used to be a speechwriter. Today she writes brand stories for her clients, and bedtime stories for her twin boys.
  • Co-founded Wee Society, a kids’ brand that aims to spark creativity and encourage kindness.
  • Was raised in rural Iowa (home to Albert, the world’s largest bull).
Jason Schulte / Founder & Creative Director

Jason helps our team create differentiated work that emotionally resonates with people.

  • Has received lots of design awards, including this one. Keeps them all in the bathroom.
  • Brings Elvis with him to work every day.
  • Grew up in Green Mountain, Iowa (where there’s no mountain).
Rob Alexander / Creative Director

Rob subscribes to Dieter Rams’ mantra, “less, but better.” He starts with a million ideas, then relentlessly edits to find the simplest way to tell the client’s story.

  • Favorite pirate-related project (so far).
  • Dad to Finn, who is also a crazy-talented illustrator.
  • Never, ever gets flustered. No matter how hard we try.
Emily Bolls / Strategist

Emily has 15+ years experience developing consumer-inspired marketing and communications strategies. Clients appreciate her clarity, candor and ability to lead productive discussions in record time.

  • Started her career as a writer and editor for business and tech magazines.
  • As stroke seat on her crew team, she set the pace and rhythm for the boat. Same goes for her projects.
  • Awarded “most fun to be around” in her 8th grade yearbook.
Cindy Wu / Operations & Account Director

Cindy makes sure we get things done. She completely gets the creative process. And she never, ever misses a deadline.

  • Leads large-scale global projects for P&G, PepsiCo and others.
  • Does obstacle racing.
  • Passionate about organization, clarity and snacks.
Reva Parness / Account Director

Reva has more than 13 years experience exceeding her clients’ expectations. Don’t be fooled by her relaxed vibe – she never misses a detail.

  • Has led Office’s engagements with Whole Foods, Google, Fisher-Price and 826 Valencia.
  • Into interior design, photography and tillandsias.
  • Grew up in Los Angeles, where she may or may not have worked as the personal assistant to Mrs G. from The Facts of Life.


Stanford Children’s Health launches new campaign

This week, Stanford Children’s Health formally introduced its new branding and launched an awareness campaign that highlights the extraordinary care that the healthcare network provides to kids and pregnant women. Office helped develop the organization’s brand strategy; created its new visual identity system, voice and guidelines; and developed an integrated advertising campaign that encompasses broadcast, outdoor, print and digital. Previously known as “Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford,” the new “Stanford Children’s Health” name and visual system reflect the broad network of care — with 64 Bay Area locations — that makes Stanford doctors accessible to more families than ever before. Building on the momentum of the network’s expansion, Office created the campaign “Extraordinary Care for Your Extraordinary Kid” to demonstrate that Stanford Children’s Health gets what’s most important to parents — providing exceptional care for the most important people in your life. An innovative element of the campaign is an interactive tool that allows families to create personalized video messages for their kids, featuring their own photos and heartfelt messages that capture what makes them one-of-a-kind. Parents can create the videos on, and then share them via email, Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest. The microsite includes examples of user-generated videos feature kids who have received care at Stanford Children’s Health. In addition, three broadcast spots, directed by Drake Doremus, each capture touching moments in the life of a child, with a heartfelt letter from their mom or dad as the voice-over. “It’s based on those universal emotions of love, hope and pride that every parent feels for their child,” said Jill Robertson, president, Office, and a creative director for the campaign. “We know that what makes your kid extraordinary isn’t the epic stuff. It’s the little things that maybe only you see — and quietly celebrate every day. The ads weave relatable moments and positive healthcare outcomes into emotional stories that we hope all parents can see themselves in.” The spots will air during prime time programming beginning this week, including finales for Mad Men, Dancing with the Stars, The Voice, and American Idol. They can also be viewed at

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