Hemisphere was founded in 2001 as a full-service design firm. Our goal? To provide creative and thoughtful design solutions to businesses in the Puget Sound region. But, word got out, and soon we were servicing companies throughout the country and the world. Our process, philosophy, and team make us who we are.

Our Philosophy

Left Brain DesignRight Brain Design

The idea of merging form and function is at the core of our creative process.

When you hire an agency, you're not just leasing their design skills. They should have a point of view. What do we believe at our core? Every project should not only look beautiful (the form) but should also perform the task that it was created for (the function). Whether it's a content-managed, responsive website or a simple, elegant business card, our goal is to get the job done beautifully.

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Our Process



Listen, research and plan the way forward. Define the content and steps.

Listen some more.



Collaborate internally and with client to create and refine concepts.

Listen some more.



Review and finalize concepts. Perform a last round of edits and proofs.

Launch and celebrate.

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Our Services

Brand Development


  • brand name development
  • strategy and positioning
  • brand guide production
  • tagline creation
  • logo design
Web Design

Web Design

  • responsive design
  • custom development
  • content management tools
  • eCommerce solutions
  • database management
Print Design

Print Design

  • stationery packages
  • billboards and print ads
  • publications and reports
  • environmental graphics
  • promotional products

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Our Team

Adam Welch

President & CEO

Whoppers (the burger, not the candy), red wines, children laughing
Times New Roman, licorice, open-mouth chewing

Waymond Hampton

Senior Creative

Family, vanilla Americanos, Harry Potter, Ethiopian food, hoodies, the Sounders, Goonies
Country music, TMZ, the Lakers, Internet Explorer

Paul Boyer

Content Strategist

His two girls, frisbee-related sports, movies, writing, cooking, human beings
Futons, unnecessary adjectives, Jar Jar Binks

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