06 Apr 2012

Something to Celebrate

Ten amazing years in design. Now we think that’s pretty exciting! When SeeMeDesign first launched ten years ago, we were just a small website with very little to back it. But time has done us well, and we have since grown into much more. The countless hours and energy devoted to rebranding our clients has built us into something new.

With internal growth and an expanding client base, we have a lot of change to celebrate. All of these changes have lead us to the decision that now is the time to launch our own new brand. The transition will be gradual, but let us introduce you to our first big change.

Drum roll, please… say hello to our new logo!


Our clients spoke and we listened. We have added a writer to our staff, teamed up with all sorts of web developers to expand our Internet-based offerings, and partnered with several printers for more new and exciting products and options. We will even be moving to a new location very soon.

To our clients, thank you for your loyalty. We couldn’t have done any of this without you! It has been a great ten years since our initial launch, and we’re looking forward to many more. In the coming months, you will see our gradual brand launch as we slowly implement this new brand into everything SeeMeDesign (including this website). As always though, client work is our number one priority.

We are all very happy to see that the cobbler’s kid is finally getting his new shoes!

11 Feb 2012

The Bottom Line

Here at SeeMeDesign we’ve recently enjoyed dabbling in the world of finances. Fresh off the press are the American Stock Transfer & Trust Company’s Annual Meeting Planning Guide and Transition Guide. We handled the brand development, design and layout, copy editing and production management for both of the these pieces.

In past posts, you’ve seen mostly finished products. This time we thought you might enjoy a behind-the-scenes look at the printing process. Both of these guides were printed on a 6-color offset printing press. The oversized sheet pictured below is called a press sheet, which is how it all begins. As you can see, the press prints multiple pages of the guide on this giant sheet of paper. From there, everything is folded into what are known as composites. Finally, the pieces go to bindery where the edges are cut off and the books are bound.












09 Dec 2011

Come Fly with Me

We’d like to extend a big congratulations to our client, Circus Arts Institute, who is celebrating their 25th year in the Circus business. Lucky for us, this year will be bringing a new brand, and we have had a ton of fun being a part of its creation.

The Circus Arts Institute brand will be launching with this celebratory anniversary t-shirt. Order one of these beauties to support circus arts in Atlanta, and look out for more on these guys in the next few months.





09 Nov 2011

Aviary { Organic Beauty Collective }

Aviary Organic Beauty Collective is Atlanta’s first collective of organic beauty professionals. Tucked away at the Studioplex, one of Atlanta’s most unique mixed use developments. Within their walls is an incredibly creative space filled with what feels like an artist’s installation built with reclaimed wood from the tree farm of Chuck Leavell. And getting deeper, you’ll find hair, massage and skin care professionals who are some of the best at what they do working in only the best ways with all natural and organic skin, hair and body products. 

 SeeMeDesign has been lucky enough to work with the Aviary since their start. We’ve worked with them to develop their brand, starting with the logo and going onto a web splash screen, menu of services cards, business cards, a full website, postcards, apparel and more. Below you will find a visual story – or shall we call it a fairytale – showcasing some of the work we’ve done together over the years.

02 Nov 2011

The Spa at Serenbe

What is Serenbe? A 1,000 acre community located under 30 minutes from Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. A national model for the future of balanced development in the U.S.—focusing on land preservation, agriculture, energy efficiency, green building, walkability, high density building, arts and culture, and community living for multiple generations. 

The Spa at Serenbe. Located inside of the charming community, the spa at Serenbe is open Wednesday – Sunday with a variety of services, including “Farm to Face” and “Farm to Body” treatments using organic ingredients coming straight from the Serenbe Farm to the spa table. 


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