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Case Study: Custom Die

June 10, 2013

Case Study: Custom Die

HBH-front

Henry Booth House is a Chicago NFP that helps underserved families thrive through medical, social, and educational programs. Each year, they hold a gala to raise money to fund these projects. They approached us wanting something fun, interesting, and with a budget that needed to be used wisely. We were given “Lego blocks” as the general theme. After a brainstorming session, we settled on the concept of Legos as building blocks, touching on the new construction underway at HBH.

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how we work: the project process

To people who don’t do it every day, design can seem like a mysterious business. It’s our goal to simplify this for our clients. We continually work to refine our process to make it smooth for everyone involved, but have found that these four steps serve as an outline for success.

How-We-Work

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Case Study: Retouching

April 30, 2013

Case Study: Retouching

kioskspread

Peerless-AV contacted us for an ad highlighting their kiosk enclosure line for a trade show they were attending. Numerous concepts were thrown around but ultimately they wanted to see interaction with the product. Budget and time did not allow for a photo shoot with the product and a model in the high-end space they wanted. So Seam did an extensive search for stock images of suitable spaces and a photo shoot of a man in a suit interacting with the kiosk was set up on-site at Peerless-AV.

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when a little (text) means a lot

In our years of working on various materials such as ads, sell sheets, and web sites, we’ve found that there are situations where a lot of copy is perfect… and situations where saying just a bit makes the most impact.

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