We are a design firm serving Atlanta’s small businesses and nonprofits.
We are 2five7.
Two young professionals with a desire to break free from the corporate world. One holding a degree in Graphic Design, a hopeless devotion to typography, and an endless supply of pixie dust. The other possessing a background in communications and management, a critical eye for detail, and a desire to fly. Somewhere in this story, their dog comes into play.
But that’s later.
And so 2FIVE7 was founded. 2FIVE7 is a design solutions firm for small businesses and nonprofits in the Atlanta area. It is a women-owned and women-run firm with five employees and one chatty mascot. We aim to keep our firm small, intimate, and creative -- much like our office space.
Between the two founders, we have personally watched Atlanta grow over the last quarter century. With multigenerational roots in this community, there are plenty of familial stories about going to elementary school in what is now an apartment complex; about trying the first chicken wing at J. Cricket’s while working at Bellsouth; about following King of Pops on Twitter just to find out where their food truck would be. While we are so proud of Atlanta’s growth, we want to keep Atlanta small -- or at least keep the small businesses a vital part of Atlanta’s identity. 2FIVE7’s mission is to empower Atlanta’s small businesses and nonprofits through communicative, effective, and navigable design. And our mission is our promise to every project.
what we offer
Someone wiser than ourselves once said, “There is no problem if there is no solution.” If we could turn this proverb into an equation, dare we say it’s something along the lines of 2+5=7 (Hint: you can be 2 or 5, whichever you’d prefer. We’re pretty easy to work with). We solve your company’s creative problems. And as a design solutions firm, our services range from brand discovery and strategy to search engine optimization. Whether your business is just an idea in your head or you’re an established brand in the Atlanta community, no project is too small or too organic.