Top Branding Agencie

Top Branding Agencie

publish at: April 23, 2020

UPDATED: April 20, 2020

These days the title Branding Agency has such a broad meaning. It can be a marketing agency who does all types of ads campaigns, or a logo design firm with no experience in outdoor ads or communication strategy. This list is mostly designed to feature the agencies with the most experience in digital branding for products like Uber, AirBnb, Firefox, etc. These all are some of the best digital-first branding companies.

Make sure to check their portfolio, contact them and decide which one would be the best fit for your next product visual identity.


1. Ramotion (Ramotion)

Digital brand identity design agency

🌐 Ramotion.com

📍San Francisco, CA 🇺🇸

👤Top clients
Mozilla, Salesforce, Xero

Online portfolio
🏀 Dribbble ✍🏻 Bēhance

Social networks
📷 Instagram 🐦 Twitter 👥 Facebook


2. DesignStudio

Branding and Digital Creative Agency

🌐 Design.studio

📍San Francisco, CA 🇺🇸
📍London, UK 🇬🇧
📍Sydney 🇦🇺

👤Top clients
Airbnb, Evernote, Twitter

Social networks
📷 Instagram 🐦 Twitter 👥 Facebook


3. Motto

Motto is an independent, strategic branding agency based in N

📍New York, NY 🇺🇸
📍Dallas, TX 🇺🇸

👤Top clients
Google, Hershey’s, 20th Century Fox, NCM

Social networks
📷 Instagram 🐦Twitter 👥 Facebook


4. Startup Branding Agency

Design firm experienced in brand identity, brand strategy and marketing websites for growing startup

startup branding agency

📍San Francisco, CA 🇺🇸

👤Top clients
Volusion, Truebill, Descript


5. Collins

Strategy and brand experience design company

📍New York, NY 🇺🇸
📍San Francisco, CA 🇺🇸

👤Top clients
MailChimp, DropBox, Facebook

Social networks
📷 Instagram 🐦 Twitter 👥 Facebook


6. Red Antler (RED ANTLER)

Brand Company

📍Brooklyn, NY 🇺🇸

👤Top clients
Casper, Google, Foursquare

Online portfolio
🏀 Dribbble ✍🏻 Bēhance

Social networks
📷 Instagram 🐦 Twitter 👥 Facebook


6. Mucho (Mucho)

Branding, packaging and graphic design company

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