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Ashler is a collaboration between two people, Elena Ramírez, web designer and UX expert, and Octavio Pardo, Graphic and Type Designer. Since 2015, we have been working together for clients from all around the world.
In 2017 Javier Ciaurriz, a young programmer from Pamplona, joined our team.
Our studio is located in the outskirts of Pamplona, in the north of Spain, right below mount Saint Cristobal. This is a small corner of heaven where we seek happiness and work hard for our clients.
We like all kinds of challenges. We have worked on projects ranging from hardcore communication developments for international media groups (in collaboration with other agencies), to small branding actions for smaller scale entrepreneurs.
Whether you are a big fish or a small local company, we can help you to create your next great project.
Some of our clients
Some folks that think we're good
If you are interested in joining us, hiring us or just want to say hi, we would love to hear from you.
COLOPHONPictures of this web have been taken by David Muñiz and Maite Mena.
Typefaces in use are Ashler text, Ashler display designed by us; and Azo Sans by Rui Abreu.
Hey! You found our "Easter Egg"!People often ask us where the name ‘Ashler’ comes from. If you're of a certain age and are a little bit geeky, you might know the answer! :D Ashler Baron (or Ashura Baron) is one of the characters on the Mazinger Z anime cartoon – a character that is half female and half male. What could represent our team better than a whole individual comprised of by two halves? Part woman and part man, working together. Hey - that's us! ^^
But, nothing can be beautiful all the time. Working together with your other half also means fighting and arguing sometimes (we're passionate about our work, we can't help it!). So, you can now reload our homepage and watch our presentation from a new perspective. We are Ashler, and we break ourselves into pieces with our projects, but then we create awesome stuff. Hell yeah!