We are a reliable, friendly and versatile digital studio.
Collaborate with us and we will focus our interdisciplinary curiosity, cross-sector experience and evolving expertise to deliver the digital experiences your audience needs.
Show & Tell
Our clients include non-profits, brands, agencies, foundations, photographers, strategists, creative directors, B2Bs, writers, developers, fashion labels, executives, start-ups, and artists.
Our digital work includes activating Yo-Yo Ma's Silk Road Arts Project with a community driven news and media hub, creating an app and web platform for exploring local, nightly recommended destinations, and developing a sleek digital portfolio of a leading contemporary architecture firm.
We have crafted budget-empowering metrics and processes for grant givers, prioritized and improved user experience for rare goods e-commerce businesses, and developed new business for an industrial service B2B.
Some of our side projects include a web-based emoji cannon game, a browser extension that pops a dog into any website at the push of a button, a micro-site about the first earthling to travel to space and multiple interactive animations of cats. We also find and describe our favorite interaction patterns at Good & How.
WHAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU
We only take on a project when we believe that we can add unique, significant value. It's better that way, no? We focus our services to fit each project. These are some of specialities. offerings:
strategy and research
app & site launch
advising & training
Who We Are
Depending on the needs of a project, we also draw on our working relationships with a variety of reliable, talented folks including editors, planners, animators, consultants, photographers, and graphic designers.
Chris founded SEEREAD.INFO in 2013. Previously, he prototyped, won and implemented data visualization projects for a large finance consulting company. He also led development on The Creators Project, VICE Media's tech arts vertical for Intel. He graduated from the University of Texas and he once worked the counter at the best Jewish deli and bagel store in Texas.