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Phone: 206-659-8534
Mailing Address:
1416 NW 46th Street
Suite 105 PMB 233
Seattle, WA 98107

Sublime Point Design is a full service design and marketing firm based in Seattle, WA. Our talented team of professionals will bring together your vision and ideas into reality with a creative flare, solid technology and marketing.

We specialize in both print and web design, and are able to satisfy a variety of needs from logos to brochures and business collateral to web design and technology.

Whether you are building a project from scratch or just need to improve an existing design, our dedicated, talented and experienced team will compliment your efforts and get your ideas off the ground.

Our clients include companies and individuals such as, Yellow Hawk Cellar, Rumpus Room Dance, and filmmaker Mustafa Eck. To discuss your project and receive a quote please contact us today!

Our work

Our Services

Research and Discovery

Still in the planning stages? Just getting off the ground? We can help you research your user base and create the perfect site. We start by understanding your target audience in depth, creating personas to drive our design and development. We can then move on to wireframing and user testing, getting on-the-ground feedback from your potential clients.


At Sublime Point Design, we are full stack developers. Any language, any database, any tool. This means we aren't pigeonholed into one framework, but can select the perfect tool for your unique project.


We pride ourselves in elegant, responsive design, meant to make the user's life easy. We'll work with you from beginning to end to ensure your site meets your high standards of excellence. Need graphic design to complement that new website? We can help with that as well, even offering high quality printing through our sister company Two Thousand Pounds of Letterpress.


Principal Designer

Murray Sampson


B.F.A. with honors Multimedia Design, University of Oregon 2005 Studied web and graphic design, photography, computer programming, and digital audio and video

M.L.I.S. University of Washington 2011 Studied information architecture, design, web development, and data visualization


Freelance designer 2003-2007
  • Logo design for Tweak’t Gaming
  • Brochure design for freelance movie producers
Sublime Point Design 2007-2012
  • Developed promotional sites for Rumpus Room Dance, Foundry Vineyards, filmmakers, and authors, often including dynamic contact forms and custom Wordpress templates
  • Developed an online dating platform
Walla Walla Foundry, Webmaster, 2007-2008
  • Website maintenance and updates of The Foundry Website
  • Design of new pages, including Current Projects
  • Digital art including 3D scanning and modeling
  • Photographic and video documentation of work process and finished work.

Principal Developer

Justin George


Principal Technical Architect at AT&T (2011-Present)
  • Internal tools and application development with the Silver Lining cloud deployment team
Senior Software Engineer at New Relic (2009-2011) (
  • Maintainer and lead developer of the New Relic Ruby Agent (
  • Managed release schedules, feature priorities, and compatibility, including coordination with the other agent developers and the open source community
  • Tested on every major ruby platform, app server, and database driver
  • Led support and community including direct interface with internal users, open source contributors, and customers
  • Active development of new features and support for new libraries, as well as contributing to open source projects
  • Refactoring major portions of the codebase, tests, and instrumentation.
  • Mentored developers in the use of agile practices, Ruby, TDD, Cucumber/Selenium, and Git.
  • Advocated positive process change and championed quality software engineering practices.
Agilist at Revelation Global (2008-2009) (
  • Was instrumental in a sitewide rebuild, refactored legacy code, increased spec coverage, implemented code quality tools and automated website testing (selenium), worked on scaling and efficiency, monkey-patched everything under the sun, troubleshooting of complicated usage of Git, participated in and helped shape development practices, worked with Merb and Rubinius alongside a now-core Merb developer, deleted large swathes of bad code
Lead Ruby Developer at Intrigo (2008) ( and )
  • Led development and architecture on several medium-sized projects, implemented use of Git and Github,improved development practices and project management towards an Agile approach, taught other developers Ruby and the Rails stack and introduced Postgres as a replacement for MySQL.

Associate Designer

Juliette Oliva

B.A in Graphic Design from Portland State University.
Studied web and graphic design, marketing.

Special Interests
2010 Web Retailer's Design & Usability Design Conference attendee
2012 Internet Retailer Mobile Marketing & Commerce Forum attendee


Southern States Cooperative 2011-Present
  • Web design, marketing, and site maintenance
LaDifference, Inc., 2008-2011
  • In house graphic design & director, webmaster, an marketing liaison
  • Loti Corporation 2007-2008
    • In house design, rebranding, marketing & research
    Select clients, 2004-Present
    • Selected Clients, 2004-Present
    • Cardinal IHDC, Tampa, FL
    • Taradel, Richmond, VA
    • Citizens Market (non-profit), Washington, DC
    • Energy Works, Richmond, VA
    • Better Afters, Centreville, VA
    • PSU Theater Department, Portland, OR
    • The Avatar's Lair, Hillsboro, OR
    • Goose Hollow Gardens, Portland, OR
    • Cardinal IHDC, VA, FL
    • AFLA Political Action Committee, OR
    • Lake Oswego Fire Department, OR
    • Citizen’s Market/Fosfo, MA, DC

Content Creator

Joseph Streckert


  • Regular contributor to the Portland Mercury
  • Former contributor to the Daily Journal of Commerce blog
  • Former local content provider for MetromixPDX
  • Former contributor to Not for Tourists
  • Former contributor to Chronicles of the Nerds
  • Former contributor to Nerve

Select Publications

  • About Face Magazine: Sprint 2011 Downtown and NE Broadway district news
  • Chronicles of the Nerds: Sucker Punch Review
  • Not for Tourists: Beer Town, USA
  • Talking to Strangers in Los Angeles, CA
  • Talking to Strangers at Seattle’s Emerald City Comicon
  • The Hired Tongue: Being a Description of an English Teacher’s Time in Japan
  • McSweeney’s Internet Tendency: Inefficient Units of Currency