Superorganic is a values-driven community of designers & engineers who build digital products for clients and for ourselves.
We employ a new model for making software: project teams are assembled on-demand from our community of independent professionals, brought together by shared attitudes & processes. This allows clients to receive agency-level work without high overhead costs. Meanwhile, our members can obtain financial stability and make meaningful non-commercial work.
Superorganic has worked with startup clients backed by Y Combinator, Andreessen Horowitz, and Khosla Ventures, among others.
Superorganic was started by Luke Cheng, a NYC-based artist and product designer. Luke cut his teeth managing product teams at Facebook (Menlo Park) before working on UX design for Fortune 500s at Huge. His CV includes shows at Assembly Room, a solo show at Isometric Studio, "Eating Bitterness" co-curated with Simon Wu, and membership in Crit.nyc. Luke studied at Princeton with artists Deana Lawson and Accra Shepp. His recent activity includes a talk on "Designing for Better Community" with Margaret Lee of 47 Canal and Charles Broskoski of Are.na.