You need to know…

What sets The Seeley Agency apart from other design studios is the depth in which the agency is involved in developing brands, imagery, copywriting, and marketing strategies. This is true. But, what really emphasizes The Seeley Agency’s value is found in the passion and dedication for each project. The Seeley Agency isn’t just the name behind the work, it’s the unseen signature of an agency that delights in the successes of its clients.

Brand Developer

Real Deal

It’s within the first second of viewing your brand, within the first fractions of a second really, that potential consumers answer an unspoken question: “do I believe this company is the real deal?” A fraction of a second isn’t very long to convey your company’s long history of successes and commitments. However, it’s just about all the time I need to convey to customers that yes, this company is the real deal and that you should trust them.

Art Director

Different

I think of myself different from most graphic designers in that I rarely consider myself a graphic designer at all. It’s more of a title that’s an easy handle to grasp when people ask, “what is it that you do?” I’m an illustrator, I’m a pre-press print technician, I’m an art director, to some I am a commercial artist; however to most, I am simply their “imagery guy.” Because at the heart of it, I provide a service that is beyond the scope of what is typically assigned to a graphic designer.

Creative Thinker

Go Further

Inspiration seldom appears on demand; a simple yet effective creative concept even less so. Sometimes a blank page, several cups of coffee, a furrowed brow and a thousand yard stare are what fills the time before the epiphany. Sadly, there are times when it just feels right to yank my hair out by the fistful. Regardless of the tactic, the goal remains the same: to not only make projects look good, but to most of all expand on the initial creative spark and take it further than expected.

Copywriter

Influence

There’s often a question posed to songwriters: “which is written first, the lyrics or the tune?” More often than you would think, this question is appropriate for graphic design projects as well. Just as with songwriters, an incorrect assumption is being made. You see, headlines greatly influence the graphics just as much as the graphics will inspire apt headlines and body copy. Keeping both halves malleable is important. That’s when things really come together.