Two Shakes of a Lamb's Tail!

Ha! Good question! There are SO many tiny components to a design job I feel aren't even worth mentioning. Why? They'll be done in two shakes of a lamb's tail (I'm not from Europe, but I do love Pulp Fiction)!

PRE-SEARCH

Once we make a connection with a time to meet up, we both have our homework to do. I do industry/project research and you bring all material* to the table. 

STRATEGIZE

I create a recipe for the criteria of the project in order for my focus to be rich and forward thinking in creating the best foundation for design.

DOODLE-UP

After the strategy is established, I will start to do some serious doodles. Serious doodles are drafted ideas, or jumping off points, that are shared with you for your creative input.

ROUND-UP

Based on your reactions from the initial doodles, I then stick the spoon in the peanut butter a little bit deeper. Swirl it around a bit and elaborate on the ideas from the DOODLE-UP for another round of reactions!

BADAH-BOOM!

Hell, options can be a very good thing....or not so much. That's another reason I am in the picture, you just can't make any damn decisions. Therefore, I take all that is "fully cooked" and turn it into viable snacks that are, essentially, ready to serve. By material, I mean doodles on a soggy cocktail napkin, Pinterest photo, color chip from the hardware store, piece of fabric from your office, the office mascot (usually a dog), a business card you DON'T like,....you get the idea.

 
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Hannah Seaman

When working on writing my own "artistic recipes", I enjoy the challange of making something that may not have been quite successful in the past - much more fresh, cohesive and reliable! Studio Seamonster delves into projects of all types! Let's pick up a project where its' left off, or start "cooking from scratch"!