Hi all! I’m Karen McKenzie and I’m lucky enough to be both the Co-Founder and Creative Director at Rhyme & Reason Design. As a graduate of the University of Florida’s Graphic Design program, I learned to perfect the Gator Chomp while honing my design skills and have worked diligently over the last (almost) decade with […]Continue Reading >
All Posts By: Karen Pearson McKenzie
Karen is an artist, her tools include a keyboard, a mouse and a paintbrush (the digital kind of course). Discover her insights into the tricks of the trade.
There are many things we love at R&R, but infographics have to be near the top of the list! Combine that with our passion for winter sports and it is a perfect storm of design fun. Since the world is glued to their television screens watching heroes emerge in Sochi, we decided to get in […]Continue Reading >
Last week we flew to El Paso for the annual meeting of everyone that’s anyone in the Texas travel and tourism industry (the annual conference of the Texas Association of Convention and Visitor Bureaus, or TACVB, for those in the know). The trip was a blast. We represented one of our favorite clients, Georgetown, Texas, […]Continue Reading >
Atlanta is home to several globally iconic brands. Topping the list are the likes of Coca-Cola, Delta, UPS and Home Depot. However, these marketing-budget giants don’t keep others from competing for a piece of the pie. Here’s a snapshot of some of our favorite ATL startups. These grassroots companies have all developed beautiful, concise, intuitive […]Continue Reading >
If you’ve tried to set foot outside in the last 6 months, you have inevitably noticed that our once dry and drought-ridden Atlanta has turned into a temperate rainforest. As I write this, I can hear the rumbling of thunder and the steady fall of raindrops outside our windows. While I’d much rather be basking […]Continue Reading >
Ahhh, the age of video. Where animated hearts flutter like butterflies and mustached champions leap from mountains. Well, perhaps not every video is that dramatic… but ours is! In May, we attended the Fraternity Communications Association Annual Conference in St. Louis. We brought with us the usual tradeshow fare: banners, portfolio work, pens, and tasty […]Continue Reading >