zoezei design is a high-end design cooperative. Specializing in all forms of cutting edge media design, we strive to combine intellect, research and our thirst for knowledge to provide only the best in design and function.
Founder Kelly Zeimet brings a distinct background in graphic design, fine arts and photography and holds a BFA from Laguna College of Art and Design. By anchoring zoezei design, she ensures the company has thorough experience in all areas of any artistic endeavor we delve into. Our collaborative environment breeds talent from all fields: designers, programmers, directors, writers, photographers, videographers and more.
We offer our clients progressive design solutions with a heavy emphasis on both artistic style and effective communication. Our goal is to create work that exceeds the expectations of our clients while maintaining our own high personal standards.
We specialize in concept, development, design and production of print, web and environmental/experiential graphics.
// identity branding
// collateral design and development
// print advertising
// web design and templates
// wayfinding and signage
Our firm has a unique mindset in that we immerse ourselves in our clients mindset to get at the intricate realities and expectations of real people.
Experience has proven that only through this process, can we truly identify revolutionary opportunities and focus the heart of the company’s true goals. This helps generate solutions that inspire lives and impact markets, thus helping companies visualize and strategize new opportunities for increased revenue.
Sesame Street Workshop
La Costa Resort and Spa
Crystal Cove State Park
Lori Gottlieb, best-selling author
Nix Nature Center
Yoga Surf Camp
Laguna Canyon Foundation
// We won FIRST PLACE for the Nix Nature Center interior exhibits from the National Association for Interpretation. In collaboration with The Acorn Group and SoLa Creative, we concepted, designed, developed and produced the interpretive exhibits for Laguna Canyon Foundation. Setting out to design an exhibit program that represented a different approach to interpretation, we used sounds, stories, tactile experience and rich imagery to fulfill the learning behaviors and interests of adults and children.
// We designed an Interpretive Panel for Bolsa Chica Mesa, an American Indian burial ground in Huntington Beach, CA. The ancient site became eligible to list with the National Register of Historic Places in 2006, after discovering it was home to 8,500-year-old cogged stones used for sacred rituals.