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Through seem:less social, we bring to you an edited collection of our thoughts, achievements, and ideas along with features of upcoming artists, designers, trends, and events from our world.
'there is spackle stuck in the outlet' opens today!!
7th September 2018
Seem:less is now on the team of young jury for Awwwards.com
3rd July 2018
Trailer for Vidisha Aggarwal's website wins the 'Design of The Day' award
27th June 2018
Vidisha Aggarwal's website awarded the 'Design of The Day' award
10th June 2018
Axel Olson in Venice Biennial!
26th May 2018
Viraj Mithani has his first solo show in India!
24th March 2018
With/in opens for public
23rd March 2018
'SAIC Shows' opens for public
10th March 2018
Chicago Architecture Biennial's 2nd interation opens
16th September 2017
Now Featured : Ravina's site on Awwwards.com
11th June 2017
Vidisha's DIY Painting at Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
11th June 2017
Taking over the world print by print
15th December 2016
Shout Out : Venkat Gaddam's Mysticized
1st June 2016
Shout out : Viraj Mithani
23rd May 2016
Now on sale : Experience!
21st May 2016
When we were starting seem:less, we wanted a firm that celebrates unconventional ideas and values genuine people and one of the most important thing for us was to make good design affordable for everyone. While doing so we also wanted to offer interesting experiences for everyone who interacts with our designs. For us the experience a user has when in touch with our work is far more important than the design itself.
We have been thinking a lot about how to break away from the conventional process of quotes, invoices, and fees and make make our clients feel like they are talking with real people who genuinely care about them and will go to any lengths to help them achieve their goals. We hate bureaucratic procedures and fake smiles. We value genuine people and our relationship with them. We wanted this reflecting in all aspects of the firm. Transparent pricing system is one step towards being the kind of company we have always wanted to be - Transparent, Genuine and Unconventional.
Now the challenge was how to replace a tried and tested process with a new system that is congruent with the firm and its ideas. We wanted to sell experiences AND we wanted transparency. What better way to sell experiences than tickets right?! Using the idea of tickets, we came up with a new system that facilitates transparency while also creating an interesting experience for our clients. It is the first step in a long journey.
We are very excited to announce our new ticketing system! We are also working on integrating this into an online payment system which we hope will add to the seem:less experience.
Introducing : The P3 green!
19th April 2016
20th Feb 2016
Now Featured : seem:less' website on Awwwards.com
8th Feb 2016
Our website has been selected as a Nominee on awwwards.com - widely regarded as the premiere website competition. It was subsequently awarded 'Merit for Commendable Site' certificate.
Now Featured : Seetharam's website on Website Design Awards
4th Feb 2016
Seetharam Vallabhaneni's website designed by us has been selected as the winner of Site of the Day award by Website Design Award
Now Featured : Kanika's website on Awwwards.com
14th Jan 2016
www.kanikaranka.com, the website we designed for Kanika Ranka has been selected as a Nominee on awwwards.com - widely regarded as the premiere website competition. It has gone on to be recognized as an user approved site.
Now Featured : seem:less' website by Adobe Muse
13th Jan 2016
Our website has been selected as the Adobe Muse 'Site of the Day'. This recognition marks the first award given to a seem:less design!
BFA SHOW FEATURING KANIKA RANKA
2nd December 2015
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago's BFA Show is here again and this time one of our first client, frequent collaborator, and a dear friend Kanika Ranka is showing her beautiful 9 x 35 feet curtains. 'Luminous 1' consists of four sheer curtains, each painstakingly hand painted with disperse dye and then heatpressed to achieve the translucent.
Her business cards and website were partly inspired by the colors and shapes she used within this piece. The business cards were in fact made using the base painting and process. Luminous was also featured on the invite sent out by the school announcing the exhibition.