SERIOUSLY DELIGHTFUL

messaging, media, and design

for change-makers with something to say.

You do brilliant work. If the results you dream of lie on the other side of communicating that work, it’s okay to seek help. After all, big insights = big stakes. The more complex the topic, the more design becomes vital.

Hello! I’m Rachel Leigh, designer, strategist, and creative sidekick. I build bridges of understanding between you and your audience.

FREQUENTLY IN THE FORM OF

BOOKS & GUIDES

EXHIBITS

AWARENESS CAMPAIGNS

COURSES

EXPLAINER VIDEOS

PRESENTATIONS

PROCESS PEEKS

Vibrant launch of public art research findings

First-time author’s climate action handbook

Unethical housing policies made visible

ARE WE A GOOD FIT?

Perspective.

STEP BACK, DIG DEEP

Successful projects start with great conversations about your “why.” I’ll offer you ways to articulate, celebrate, and recommit to what it is you’re building.

Meaning.

Content comes first

If you want your messaging to hold together in the face of distraction, doubt, and cynicism, shiny wrapping isn’t enough. We start with conceptual structure, reinforced with intellectual honesty.

Sanctuary.

Craft little worlds

Design can help heal our chronic overwhelm. I think of a piece of media like an interior: a curated refuge, where you find all you need and nothing you don’t.

Respect.

Speak to better natures

We develop messaging for whole people, not for “distracted commuters” or “lazy consumers.” Our work springs from the belief that your audience is smart, sovereign, and good-hearted.

Enjoyment.

Humane work, works

As collaborators, we need each other at our best. Our first creative task is to design a project schedule that accommodates life’s realistic flow. We do the same with price — a flat, transparent fee that feels good to both of us.

Surprise.

Change the game

Awe is a powerfully pro-social emotion, so we aim high. Your project is a vivid emissary of your care, with the potential to create a lasting memory.

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[ maj-uh-skyool ]from French