We speak the language of the city – verbally and visually. We communicate the transformation of metropolises, their people and buildings, their public spaces and development potential, their energy and mobility. We are optimists for the future.
For Meyer, Miller, Smith, urban communication means making messages understandable, conveying them, searching for intersections, pointing out and creating relevance.
We put ourselves in the heads of others and translate in order to integrate.
Our communication is striking, touching and fun. We produce stories and images that stay in the memory.