Oprah's the life you wanted weekend

We built this responsive mini-site for Oprah’s
new weekend-long event The Life You Want.

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The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence at UC Berkeley

We helped the good folks over at Berkeley’s CalSETI labs, home of the
SETI@Home project, redesign their existing website with ease of use,
accessibility and the public in mind.

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Breitweiser Haus, inc

Known for their iconic comic and illustration work for the likes of Marvel, DC, Image Comics and
Wired Magazine, Mitch and Elizabeth Breitweiser are now partnering with Idealoop to offer full
service comic book, info-comic and illustration services.

INFORMATION.VISUALIZED.

We make more than just the web, and can
interpret your data into something easily
understood at a glance.

infographics

Even the ideas are bigger in texas

We’d like to welcome aboard our newest client, The
Texas Tourism Board. Texas really is like a whole other
country, and we’re proud to call it home.

Watch how Idealoop helped bring this
educational game to life.

Evo Quest

Project out of control? We're here to help!

Call for backup!

Brands and Partners

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  • Borden
  • Daltile
  • Chambord
  • Southern Comfort
  • Tweetminster
  • Sixcubits
  • Saatchi & Saatchi
  • Sq1
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A little bit about us.

We’re a design and development shop that creates native apps, mobile sites, web experiences and all other manner of interactive goodness.

Meet The Team

What we do

  • Creative & UX

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    We push pixels like a boss. From branding & design for print to user interface, web, mobile and native app design, we have you covered.

  • Development

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    We build native apps for all platforms. We can create robust e-commerce sites, mobile apps, or anything in between.

  • Consulting

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    Mobile website? Native app? Both? We’ll take a look at your requirements and build the best user experience. Nail, meet hammer.