We published a book about design systems

Owl Studios

We design and build beautiful digital products that make a difference

Owl Studios. One remote studio. Two internationally recognized designers and developers. We have a combined 40+ years of experience designing and building award-winning websites, products, brands, campaigns and design systems for brands, agencies, startups and charities. Forged in Brooklyn, NYC and London, now based in Los Angeles, California.

Meagan Fisher

Meagan grew up between New York and Florida, is known for her love of owls, but is also crazy about typography, cats, coffee, and pastel rainbows. She has served as a Creative Director in NYC, freelanced for industry leading companies like Dribbble, MetaLab, Change.org and Adobe, and spoken at design industry events in 18 cities, in 8 countries around the world.

Andrew Couldwell

Andrew is originally from England, loves cats, good food, and a football team known as ‘The Owls’. He has led the design and creative direction of products and design systems at Adobe and WeWork, freelanced for NASA, Red Bull, Nike and MTV, and founded and curates an award-winning, international surf art and photography website called Club of the Waves.

Brand experience

  • Adobe
  • Red Bull
  • Twitter
  • Dribbble
  • Nike
  • MTV
  • Behance
  • NASA
  • WeWork
  • Campaign Monitor
  • Harvey Nichols
  • Foursquare
  • Livestrong
  • Facebook
  • Surfers Against Sewage
  • Believe.in
  • Myspace
  • Discovery Channel
  • American Express
  • Change.org

Industries & expertise

  • Tech
  • Fashion
  • Finance
  • Action sports
  • Art
  • Charity
  • E-commerce
  • Web design
  • Design systems
  • Front-end web development
  • Product design
  • WordPress
  • Creative direction
  • Branding

hello [at] roomfive [dot] net

We’re designers who code. We take on projects of all sizes, from web design and build, to product, branding and system design. We also travel to do workshops and talk at design events, internationally. We’re excited to hear about your project.