Daniel Patterson studied Math and Computer Science at Brown University.
Remeike Forbes has an MFA in graphic design from the Rhode Island School of Design.
Wei-Ling Woo worked as a book editor in Singapore before joining Position Studios.
Our work spans print and web. Recent web projects include a site designed and built for the Fertile Underground, a local worker cooperative and grocery store in Providence, Rhode Island, as well as the self-initiated web application, WeShift, a program built with and for people who work changing shifts, allowing workers to load in their schedules and track their time as shifts change. WeShift is currently in use by the Fertile Underground. We also created HouseTab, a web application for people to share collective expenses. In the world of print, Remeike serves as creative director for Jacobin magazine, a left-wing quarterly published out of New York City. The two of us recently worked together on the redesign of Jacobin's website.
We are a studio where the strategic needs of social and political organizations and the technical construction of design and programming come together.