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Peruse our design thoughts from both inside and outside of the box.

Inside Seedhouse: Our Inspiration Board

Inside Seedhouse: Our Inspiration Board

If you’ve ever been in our office, you know that one of the first things you’ll see when you walk in is our inspiration board. Located right beyond our front door, it’s a 3D collage of each Seedhouser’s collected bits of inspiration.
On Seedhouse’s very first Sign

On Seedhouse’s very first Sign

We’ve recently celebrated 10 years as a design studio, and the team wanted to make an object that commemorated Seedhouse and the journey as a gift for Bryan, our principal and founder. After running through a few ideas, we realized that we still didn’t have a sign:...

Covid-19 Impacts on Packaging Design

Covid-19 Impacts on Packaging Design

Patiently staring into our crystal ball, we wonder how Covid-19 will shape the packaging and store design for many of our clients - past and future. As CPG package designers and researchers, we decided to go into action and ask some experts about what they are...

Alphabet Soup – Acronyms in Design

Alphabet Soup – Acronyms in Design

After 10+ years of helping companies to (re)shape their identity and/or their package design systems we thought it would be fun to make a list of all the different acronyms that we’ve been exposed to across different industries.
Seedhouse News – April 2020

Seedhouse News – April 2020

We've been apart: from our office, from each other and from our awesome clients. But we're still working hard to bring your design dreams to life. Here is a round-up of all of our recent work for the first quarter of 2020.
Naming – Our Philosophy & Process

Naming – Our Philosophy & Process

What’s in a name? Naming your company can feel like naming a baby! It's a tough task. Therefore, the process can become fraught quickly. Naming is not easy, but we at Seedhouse aim to bring strategic objectivity to the process by establishing parameters and business...

How to get the most out of your Packaging Design

How to get the most out of your Packaging Design

The best packaging designs stop a consumer in their tracks. Once you've got them stopped, it's time to connect with them. A package has to be able to get into the consumer’s hand with the face panel bull’s eye. To get into their cart, the experience of the rest of the packaging elements has to surprise and delight. You've got 3-4 seconds to make an impression. Here's how.