DIKO is an independent creative agency. We’re seasoned creative and strategic thinkers who work with multiple partners. Developers. Social media stars. Whatever your project calls for. It’s about casting the perfect team. We’ll listen. We’ll research. We’ll hold your hand while you hold ours. And then work our brains to the bone. Our process is messy, but the results haven’t failed us yet. Let’s make stuff that people want to see.
- Brand Strategy
- Logo and Identity
- Tone & Voice
- Strategy & Creative
- TV & Video
- Print & OOH
- Paid Digital
- Mobile & App UX
- Website Design
- Social Strategy
- Organic Social
- Content Creation
Diko Daghlian, Creative Director
Diko is a creative director with over 20 years experience in the advertising turned creative industry. He has architected TV, print, design, and interactive campaigns as well as online products and startups. He’s helped gigantic famous brands find their voice, and brand-spanking-new smaller companies get noticed. His work has ranged from helping rethink Hyundai’s declining brand into a sales leader to building successful interactive phenomena like the U.S. State Department’s SlaveryFootprint.com.
As an art director for world-class agencies such as Goodby Silverstein and TBWA/Chiat/Day, Diko learned from some of the best. He helped grow San Francisco agency Muh-tay-zik Hof-fer from two creatives in a startup space to over forty people during their most award-rich period.
Creative recognition has included Cannes Lions, One Show Pencils, Andys, Art Directors Club, and Communication Arts Ad Annual for interactive, TV, and print campaigns. After a nationwide search, Diko happened to come across a small independent shop in Austin named DIKO. Luckily, they hired him and he now serves as Creative Director.
Strategy and Account
Liz has worked on every type of account imaginable. Beer. Tech. Retail. The world’s largest corporation. She cut her teeth in Chicago and Minneapolis working on global brands. Liz brings a seemingly endless amount of enthusiasm and experience to every project. Liz holds down the Midwest DIKO fort in the miserable, snow-covered climate of Minneapolis. She’ll fly anywhere to meet you, though.
Ryan tackles campaigns, identity systems, packaging, web design, apps–you name it–with a classic, trained eye. His approach to each project strives to avoid the trend-of-the-day rut. Ryan works to keep things surprising and unexpected, as evidenced by his degree in finance. He’ll be the first to tell you that thoughtful design and strategy begin with research before hand touches pen. Or mouse.
Partners prior to DIKO