Fab’s mission is to make you smile! Their website/app delivers you deals on fun products from clothes to tech gadgets and everything in between. Just look at their office! Doesn’t it scream, “Fab?”
MakerBot produces crazy-cool 3D printers, and their office reinforces how serious the company is about avant-garde.
For a company devoted to getting users to “check in” to cool places, foursquare seems very aware that their own office has to be cool, too.
Percolate helps brands develop their social media presences, and just like BuzzFeed did back in the day, theirs prominently features a sassy red couch (an obvious indicator of success).
Fueled develops mobile apps, and obviously a company that goes by that name would make sure people are properly caffeinated and look dapper whilst doing so.
Quirky took the laborious process of inventing a new product and simplified it. And their office is classic startup — glass walls, bright lights, wood floors, exposed pipes… all very much reflective of the kind of environment where good ideas are born.
Bitly shortens links so the content is easier to remember and share with friends. They were also pretty quick to hop on that “exposed pipes” train.
Charbeat makes it easier for websites to keep track of web analytics, so its office space no nonsense.
Thrillist’s job is to keep men up to date about the latest trends in fashion, tech, entertainment, and the New York office is as thrilling as you’d think it would be. Who wouldn’t be jealous of literally everything in this picture?