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:: Cahan & Associates
They make creating annual reports look easy. Don't miss the sketches on each project, it's probably the best feature of the site. The work is awesome, don't get me wrong, but you don't get to see sketches so often.

:: Rigsby Design
This place has been busy: AIGA, Strathmore promotions, new web site. The navigation is very interesting, a bit confusing. Maybe there could be more work. Lots of white space. So nice and spacious.

:: Pentagram
I'll admit it, there was a time when I hated them. I thought they were just doing the same thing over and over again. Found a formula and applied it to all projects. A few years have passed and I think they are VERY good and I'm very impressed with the quality of their work. People change, you know?.

:: David Carson
It took him a while to put something on his web site, but it was worth the wait. I think his style translates very well to the web. We want more, though.

:: Thirst
If you want something different and if you don't care to put a little effort into navigating a web site go here. I've had the pleasure to meet these guys and all I can say is they are swell. Did I mention they do some of the freshest design around?

:: Thirstype
Want some more? Here is more, with a slightly different spin.

:: Ride Studio
I never thought something like this could come out of Salem, Oregon. I'm glad it did.

:: Move
I wasn't to sure about this place based on their first couple of pages from their web site. But they have some excellent work, paired with great use of shockwave and flash.

:: Louise Fili
Beautiful typography. Enough said.

:: Sterling Design
One of the latest trend setters from San Francisco. Great work. Lots of tiny type. Cool portfolio navigation.