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9 Wangjing Street, Chaoyang, Beijing

Quick Facts

  • 9

    Years in business
  • 60+

    Products launched
  • 100%

    Working remotely
  • 6

    Associates
  • 7

    Macs
  • 3

    Pets

History

At the end of 2011, our two founders Du Xiao and Liu Wei saw the rise of startups and the emergence of the booming mobile app industry, and their need for affordable and professional design services was left unmet. Dine was born, specializing in digital design for early-stage startups. We designed some astonishing products and received broader recognition. As a result, companies big and bigger are seeking creativity support from us.

Meanwhile, we resisted scaling—hiring more people and moving into fancier offices. We stay small to be agile, and many of our clients choose us because of it. We love face to face communication instead of sending account services teams to the clients’ headquarters. It makes the process smooth and flexible, and our clients appreciate it every time.

Services

  • Brand Identity
  • Product Strategy
  • Design Systems
  • 3D & Motion Design
  • App Design
  • Website Design
  • Editorial Design
  • Photography

Clients

  • AcFun
  • Baidu
  • China Merchants Bank
  • China Mobile
  • Condé Nast
  • Gaorong Capital
  • Meizu
  • Opera
  • Qdaily
  • QingCloud
  • Relx
  • Vancl
  • Vistopia
  • Zhihu

Questions?

Is Dine a company?

Yes, since 2014.

How do you hire?

Dine is a partnership. We’re hungry for brilliant partners to join us, even though we don’t recruit designers at the moment. Pitch us if you’re interested.

How do you work?

From day one, Dine has been a remote team. We have an office in Beijing, but our partners work remotely from wherever they want. We use tools like Figma, Slack, and Zoom to efficiently communicate and collaborate. Our clients seem to be happy with the way we work.

Do you offer unpaid pitches?

Our labor and creativity are our most valuable resources, and we do not offer them for free. However, we do provide free design reviews and non-public case studies for potential clients.

Why is your website in English?

Simply because the quality of Chinese web fonts is not up to our standard, we do not rule out the possibility of switching to Chinese once the technology matures. Please do not hesitate to talk to us in Chinese.