Austin Startup a Mighty Force in Digital Design

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Austin-San Marcos, TX February 23, 2018 – Mighty, a digital strategy and design company, was named on Entrepreneur’s 360 list as one of the best entrepreneurial companies in America in 2017. The annual list is comprised of 360 small businesses that are mastering the art and science of growing a business and chosen for their impact, innovation, growth, and leadership.

“Austin has an amazing startup ecosystem. To be one of 11 companies from our city to make the list is extremely rewarding,” says co-founder and CEO Jason Garrett.

Mighty, founded in 2015, has built an impressive list of clients in a short time. They have also created software designs for a variety of industries. Some specific clients include AutoFi, a platform connecting automotive dealers to lenders, Facebook, which partnered with Mighty to create a private, online forum for cybersecurity professionals to exchange ideas, Kustomer, a CRM platform, and fast-growing San Francisco-based digital health company Amino.

Key facts:
Mighty is a digital strategy and design company based in Austin, Texas.

Entrepreneur magazine only considers privately owned U.S. businesses with at least one founder still involved in operations for the list.

To be considered for the award, companies are evaluated based on four metrics: impact, innovation, growth, and leadership.

Supporting quotes:

Sumul Shah, Head of Design, Amino:
“We love working with Mighty because they're willing to truly get in the weeds with us—far beyond what you'd expect from a typical agency. Mighty not only provides a helpful dose of rigorous design process, but they also have the flexibility to adapt to the constantly shifting needs of a tech startup.”

Jesse Obbink, Product Manager, AutoFi:
“Mighty brought crisp organization and process from day one, and pushed us toward a more mature level of communication about style and creative choices while remaining flexible, collaborative, and open to feedback. Our work with them touches every part of the design process from generative research to product architecture and usability enhancements.”



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Sarah Thompson

Sarah Thompson

Sarah is a financial reporter, focusing on technology, national security, and policing. Before joining Daily Telescope she worked as a staff writer at Fast Company and spent two years as a foreign correspondent in Turkey. Her work has been published in Al Jazeera America, The Nation, Vice News, Motherboard, and many other outlets.
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