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50 Eldridge St, 7th fl
New York, NY 10002

Founded in 2014 by Kiffer Keegan and Keira Alexandra, Work-Order is a firm that focuses on station identity and branding for television networks, media organizations and film. Work-Order specializes in simple elegant solutions to complex branding problems.

About old

Our company was born from the creative union of Keira Alexandra and Kiffer Keegan who have been working collectively for over four years on complex branding and identity projects for a wide variety of media clients.

What do we do?   

We design. And brand. We create systems and put them in motion. We create work we truly adore and then persistently find ways to make that work part of the world around us. 

How do we do it? 

We listen and answer questions our clients have yet to ask. We solve problems they haven’t identified. We work together to create hardworking, bullet-proof branding systems. Sometimes they're simple, sometimes they're sexy, often they're both. 

Background

Keira Alexandra's first job was with Tibor Kalman at M&Co and her last staff job was Creative Director of Sundance Channel. Then she met Kiffer Keegan who spent almost ten years working as a designer at Comedy Central. Afterward, he helped overhaul three major luxury car accounts then he met Keira. They now work side by side every day except when Kiffer is programming screens for music festivals or Keira is teaching at Yale.


Awards

100 Show
the Andy Awards
AIGA 365
Art Directors Club
Brand New Awards
Cannes
Creativity 30
D&AD
the One Show
Promax/BDA 
Young Guns

Press

Dwell
Metropolis
Bust
Eye
Print
Fast Company


Clients

Calvin Klein
Comedy Central
Clinique
Sundance Channel
Billy Collins
MTV
DDB Needham
The New York Times
BBH
Al Franken
The Huffington Post
JWT
Kate Spade
MediaCom
The Martin Agency
Mullen
Chateau Marmont
HBO
David Stark Design

Museum of Modern Art
Radical Media
The Robin Hood Foundation
The Whitney Museum
Robert Altman
Jonathan Demme
Euro/RSCG
John Hamburg
Sam Green
Todd Haynes
Jo Menell
Gretel
Method
Coach
NBC
Showtime
Nickelodeon
VH1
Mary Harron


How can you tell us apart?

Kiffer hates leftovers. Keira wants to open a restaurant called Leftovers. Kiffer has a 3 year-old. Keira dresses like a 3 year-old. Kiffer weighs twice as much as Keira.

 

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