Dow-Smith Studio is a web and interactive design practice with a focus on the design and programming of unique websites for creative companies.
We collaborate with creative an... more information
We collaborate with creative and cultural clients internationally to create new and unexpected interactive web experiences.
The studio was formed in 2010 by Jake Dow-Smith. As well as practicing full-time, Jake also teaches, gives talks, discusses his work and consults.
18–22 Ashwin Street, London, E8 3DL
Website design and build for itinerant publisher and curatorial platform, Torque.
Fred Perry × Raf Simons
Design, direction and consultation with British clothing brand Fred Perry.
A Common Practice
Interactive design and development for a new online-only arts magazine.
Design and development for London-based typography specialists, Studio Aves.
A new website for London-based motion graphics and animation studio.
Joyce Wang Studio
New website for Hong Kong based interior design studio, with Future Corp.
An online archive for an EU funded multi-year project exploring how matter comes to matter.
Concept and creation of an emoji-heavy microsite for creative strategist Leila McGlew.
Design and development for London-based retouching studio.
Website for the design studio of agency Mother, with No Plans.
Website for the London-based producer, curator and artist.
A micro-site to promote a new art exhibition in Shanghai.
Angewandte Innovation Lab
Design and development for Vienna based arts institution.
Sam Williams Studio
Design and development for visual direction studio.
Website for international architecture and research studio.
An online lookbook for fashion designer Adam Andrascik.
Design and development for the Helsinki-based artist.
Website for the international curatorial initiative.
Website for art and creative director.
Website for Vienna-based typographic design practice.
A decade-long contemporary photography journal.
A bookmarklet to reimagine layouts for short attention spans.
A Dropbox-powered image management tool.
Location as a Gradient
A visual system for identifying your physical location.
A content management system powered by Google Docs.
A particularly ambient website.