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

25 Aug 2014

Love What You Do

At SeeMeDesign, we feel pretty lucky to have such great clients and so many great projects to work on. A little reminder to keep up the hard work and stay inspired can go a long way. What can we say? – We love what we do. WorkHard-lovewhatyoudo-550px  
12 Jul 2014

On Our Way to Fame and Fortune

We are so honored to announce that our brand identity and design work for Milk and Honey has been one of a select group of projects featured in the amazing design book, Eat & Go: Branding & Design Identity for Takeaways & Restaurants. With all the time, energy and love we put into creating the perfect brand for Milk and Honey, this sort of recognition is sincerely the icing on the cake. Thank you Sandu Publishing for reaching out to

11 Dec 2013

Serenbe Holiday Bazaar

We were so honored to be a part of the 2013 Serenbe Holiday Bazaar, featuring the Southern Living Christmas Village. The Bazaar included curated artisan goods from all over the Southeast and a cooking demo by Southern Living editor and chef Norman King. The night ended with a VIP Party including a private show by musicians Gabriel Kelley, a previous writer for Tim McGraw’s songs, and Hooray for the Riff Raffs, one of the Alabama Shakes‘ favorite bands. We created