Code and Theory: Why We Make The Things We Make

One of the largest remaining independent digital creative agencies in the U.S., the team at Code and Theory has been closely involved in some of the most innovative digital projects in publishing, with clients including Bloomberg, The Guardian, The Los Angeles Times, Hearst Magazines, Nautil.us, NBC, Mashable, The Verge, Vanity Fair France, and many others.

THE SND INTERVIEW: Q+A with Michael Martin

Recent Work

Bloomberg.com
Bloomberg.com

Design changes at Bloomberg.com put disparate parts of the sprawling media empire together. The work was lauded by Wired as the “the future of Web news” for, among other things, the flexibility the design offers editors to telegraph importance and hierarchy, hearkening to the best parts of print.

Nautil.us
Nautil.us

Work with Nautilus magazine was honored as a World’s Best-Designed™ site last year by SND, and this year won a National Magazine Award for best website in its first year of eligibility.

See more work here.

Michael Martin

Managing Partner, Code and Theory

@codeandtheory

Michael is a Managing Partner at Code and Theory, one of the largest remaining independent digital creative agencies in the U.S. For the past five years, he’s been closely involved in some of the most innovative digital projects in publishing, with clients including Bloomberg, The Guardian, The Los Angeles Times, Hearst Magazines, Nautil.us, NBC, Mashable, The Verge, Vanity Fair France, and many others. Based in San Francisco, Michael works with a team of Digital Strategists, UX Designers, Visual Designers, and Creative Technologists to create effective and immersive digital products and brand experiences.

THE SND INTERVIEW: Q+A with Michael Martin