Dollarbird aims to offer the best experience for personal or collaborative finance management. It’s so straightforward, it helps you follow through.

The challenge was to create a platform, both in print and digital, that brings people together to share vulnerable, “I don’t think I’ve ever told anyone this before”, nervous-then-relieved personal stories about love, curiosity, joy, pet peeves, guilty pleasures, sad times, and our good ol’ frenemy: failure.

“Dollarbird makes sense for anyone who wants to keep a closer eye on their cash flow for better financial planning purposes.”


The truth might not be pretty. But the identity will.

How do you make people comfortable getting closer with uncomfortable questions? How do you make it all universally identifiable, warm, and welcoming? With cozy colors, a logo that adds extra closeness with its backwards “e” that hugs into the “c”, playful illustrations, and really really good questions.

Candid, conceptual, collectible We designed 100 uniquely illustrated cards - to make each question its own kind of unforgettable and self-discoverable.

Oh, the website.

We’re really proud of it. So, take it with a grain of humble salt when we say: the website is beautifully animated, with unexpected transitions, and product demonstration that plays with perspective.

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Creative Direction — Branding — Web Design — iOS Design — Photography — Campaign Creative