verynice helps businesses,
non-profits, and governments expand their capacity for impact through design-driven innovation

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10 Years of Impact

Challenging the status quo, since 2008.


This is what socially responsible business looks like.

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Heal the Bay

Design Strategy, Visual Communication


Bringing the bay to your screen through user experience and new media.

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Billion Acts

Design Strategy, Digital Product Design


A Nobel Peace Prize-nominated product to engage one billion of people in an act of peace.

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AIDS/LifeCycle

Design Strategy, Visual Communication


Rebranding a campaign to revitalize a community.

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Pasadena Museum of California Art

Visual Communication, Digital Product Design


Brand identity design, strategy and website design for our favorite California museum.

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We provide hands-on strategic consulting and design services, facilitate workshop sessions, and publish a variety of open-source design methodologies. With client experience spanning 500+ brands including the American Heart Association, Disney, UNICEF, and Google, our expertise spans four core focus areas:

Visual Communication

  • Graphic Design
  • Illustration
  • Data Visualization
  • Storytelling
  • Identity Design

Digital Product Design

  • UX/IA Strategy
  • Interface Design
  • MVP Strategy
  • Usability Testing
  • Product Ideation

Design
Strategy

  • Brand Strategy
  • Marketing Strategy
  • Competitive Analysis
  • Business Design
  • Facilitation

Strategic Foresight

  • Trends Analysis
  • Scenarios
  • Design-Fiction
  • Outlook Reports
  • Mission/Vision
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"The role of the designer in our culture is changing. And Matthew Manos, founder of global design-strategy consultancy, verynice, is at the forefront of this movement."

HOW Magazine

"At verynice, pro bono work isn't something that employees do off the clock, with or without incentives. Rather, it's business as usual."

Forbes Magazine

"What if we inhabited a world in which every service provider gave half of their work away for free? Matthew Manos, founder of verynice, is pioneering a global, small business movement to do just that."

Huffington Post

"Manos is on a mission to get more designers to donate work to pro-bono causes, and he makes a persuasive case for why giving work away doesn’t necessarily mean losing something."

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