argodesign is acquired by multinational IT Company, DxC Technology

The boutique design firm, argodesign sold to a multinational IT company, DXC Technology for an undisclosed sum. Argodesign will continue to operate independently on their own projects, but their services will also be offered to the client roster of DXC technology. Their extensive knowledge in product design and user experience is an invaluable asset to DXC’s clients due to the undergoing digital transformation across all industries.

Argodesign follows in the footsteps of similar design firms who have sold to larger companies for financial and client stability. Without the added pressure to look for new clients, the company will now be able to focus solely on the work.

Mark Rolston, founder and chief creative officer of argodesign, recalls leaving frog to found the design studio in 2014. Since then he has seen a 20% growth in headcount, but for Rolston, this wasn’t enough. This acquisition will allow the studio to grow even further while still allowing Rolston to build argodesign in his vision. They will retain all of their current employees and are eyeing a new office space to expand further.

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