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Make Time for Life

Rhyme & Reason Design opened its virtual doors way back in 2008. Hustle culture was big, entrepreneurship was just becoming a college major, the iPhone was in its infancy and Facebook was cool. In other words, times were different. Fast forward to today. COVID is a common term in our vocabulary, TikTok has taught us […]

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Meet Heather!

Hi! I’m Heather and I am beyond excited to be joining the amazing R&R team as Senior Designer and Animator. After graduating from the University of Tennessee with a BFA in Graphic Design, I started my career in the entertainment industry, creating brands and motion graphics for HGTV, Food Network and Travel Channel. In 2018 […]

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Meet Lexi!

Hey there! I’m Lexi and I am so excited to be joining the R&R team as an Account Executive. During my time at Central Michigan University, I had the fantastic opportunity to intern with the Grand Haven Area Convention & Visitors Bureau, Girls on the Run Central Michigan and the Mt. Pleasant Area Chamber of […]

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Meet Crystal!

Meet Crystal Petersen

Hello! I’m Crystal and I’m excited to be joining the fabulous R&R team as a Senior Graphic Designer. After graduating from the University of Georgia, I’ve worked with all types of design clients, from small businesses to commercial real estate, brides, lifestyle influencers and everything in between. I’ve been lucky to count organizations like Delta […]

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Meet Lizzy!

Lizzy Danko fluent in all things Greek

Hi there! I’m Lizzy and I’m thrilled to join the R&R team as an Account Executive. Upon graduating with dual degrees in Marketing and Graphic Design from Bowling Green State University, I kicked off my career with a focus in the non-profit sector, and found a passion working with Greek organizations. I have had the […]

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The Power of Symbols in Graphic Design

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From cuneiform tablets to pictograms to hieroglyphs, signs and symbols have always evoked a certain meaning and a message. I’ve been tearing through Miranda Bruce-Mitford’s book The Illustrated Book of Signs & Symbols, and it’s been fascinating to learn how these signs and symbols have been used throughout time and how many still retain their original […]

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A Year of Groundhog Days

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If you’ve looked at any content over the last few weeks you’ve likely seen memes and headlines hyper-focused on the one-year anniversary of our “two-week” quarantine. If you’re like us, you’re a wee bit triggered by them. It’s hard to believe that it has been 365 shimmies around the sun since we’ve actually danced any […]

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