Since Michael Nunn began S2N Design in 2008, the design firm has continued to grow. First, we outgrew our home in the Emerge Building to our new office on Tennessee Street. And now, we have expanded our core team with the hiring of a Chief Operating Officer, Michael Newsome, and a Creative Director, David Terry. Michael brings more than a decade of leadership, management and sales experience within the banking industry. He now uses his passion for relationship-building, technology and project management to lead the S2N team to success as Chief Operating Officer. He holds a degree in Finance from Christian Brothers University. A native Memphian, Michael enjoys living downtown and spending time with his girlfriend and their two rescue dogs. David has worked in design since the early 90’s spending 11 plus years as Senior Designer and Associate Creative Director at Disciple Design. With years spent at... Read More »
Last weekend the S2N Design team attended the 2016 American Advertising Awards and we were thrilled to take home two silver ADDY awards for the work we've done this past year. See our winning work here!
Today’s big S2N Design website launch is a redesign that proves simple and streamlined is the way to go, even–and especially–when your website is content heavy. The Southaven Chamber of Commerce’s previous site was cluttered and dated, filled with paragraphs of text that few of their users had the time or inclination to read. They came to the web design team here at S2N to help them update the look of their site and increase its usefulness for both chamber members and the community alike. ...Read More
It’s a good time to be online. The Internet is prettier, faster, and more user-friendly than ever, thanks in part to the innovation in browsers spawned by the healthy competition amongst browser developers today. While the options are nice, and overall the amount of browsers benefits the user, the number of web browsers in use creates a bit of a challenge for web designers. Complete cross-browser compatibility is a sort of Holy Grail of web design, and as such, it is almost impossible to attain the exact same design across all browsers. We can get extremely close, however, to giving every user the identical website experience (providing they aren’t using a very outdated version of Internet Explorer, that is). ...Read More
Web / Design News Round Up is back! This week we have a typography must read, some inspiring paper art, 2016 design predictions, and some new tech we are not so sure about yet.
Our most anticipated change of kicking off the new year was adding a new designer to our team - and HE IS HERE! Learn all about Taylor in classic S2N style - through an interview of where we ask him all the hard hitting questions and uncover his deep dark secrets. (Take that Barbra Walters!)