19 Mar 2020

To Find Your Magic You Must First Believe

You’re in isolation. You don’t have kids to home school, and you have never known time to be quite so plentiful as it is now. You are ready for the world to move along. You have called your mom / dad / best friend / grandmother / other best friend / that friend you don’t even really like… each 10 times today. You are tired of yoga and meditation, although you know if there’s any chance you might finally get

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04 Feb 2020

As Seen in VoyageATL

Ellen Monen of SeeMe Design JUST FEATURED. The story of how SeeMeDesign came to be and the life and times of Ellen Witt Monen. Thank you, Voyage ATL for the interview. — Catmax Photography, check out that cover story image you captured. #voyageatl #trailblazers Read the full story here.
11 Oct 2019

The Cobbler’s Kid Got Their Shoes

We’ve always said — just as the cobbler’s kid doesn’t have any shoes, we have struggled with the time to produce our own marketing materials. We are proud to say that the day has finally come when SeeMeDesign has a COMPLETE website that finally does our client work the justice it deserves. Thank you for being with us here and now to celebrate where we are today. We look forward to more creation together.
23 May 2017

Milk & Honey Brand Published Again

What do you do when a publisher reaches out to you to feature your work in their packaging design publication? You say — Yes — which is exactly what we did. We’re happy to announce that our work for Milk and Honey has been published again and we’re feeling so honored to be spotlighted among such inspiring designs from all over. (If you’re wanting to snag a copy for yourself then have no fear, the publication is for sale on Amazon.) Read More...

11 Jan 2016

Color and the Economy: A Study of Color Behavior and Economic Performance

It was a summer day in 2011. Neons were making a reemergence in the design world, and it was obvious on the streets, in the clothes and all around. I thought back to the 80s and chuckled on the inside. That’s when it struck me... It’s a fact that color affects our moods. Could it also affect the mood of an entire population and in turn, the economy? Would the happiness color brings to the lives of a collective group inspire them to do better, work harder or even produce and consume more? Could color trends directly correlate with the economy, and if so, which comes first – color or the economy? I wanted to know.
30 Dec 2014

Growing into the New Year

WereGrowing-animation-1114-V10-web It’s been a big year — 2014 has been a year of huge growth for SeeMeDesign.   Our family is growing. Ellen and her husband Scott just had their first baby — it’s a BOY, Joseph Daniel. The little one was trying to take it easy on his momma and SeeMeDesign with timing his arrival around the holidays.   While she is away on maternity leave, we have a great team here to keep things moving smoothly. So many of

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