Acclaimed for engaging graphics, websites, corporate and brand identities, product design, way-finding, exhibitions, and environmental designs, Keri Buist Atchley is the founder and creative force of Design360.
An Atlanta native who now happily resides in South Walton, Keri graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts. With a major in commercial interior design and a minor in art, Keri honed her creative skills studying abroad program in Cortona, Italy. Following internships with the architecture firms of Leo A. Daly and Perkins + Will, Keri spent six years with Folio, Inc./Ideas, Inc., rising to the position of design director.
In 2000, Keri branched out to establish Design360, a boutique design firm with a highly personal and hands-on approach to all manner of creative ventures. Two years ago, the firm relocated to Northwest Florida offering professional services to a wide array of diverse clients throughout the Southeast. Ever looking for the next challenge, Keri established a publishing division in 2010 and teamed up with her Atlanta veterinarian to create Dogs of 30A. Last year, Design360 published the hugely popular coffee-table book, 30A Style. The firm is currently producing a number of books on varied topics.
Outside the office, Keri enthusiastically embraces a range of non-profit and civic organizations. Last year in honor with the firm’s 10th anniversary, Keri donated more than $45,000 design services to deserving charities. She also is active in the yoga community and has her RYT-200 Yoga certification. Keri is currently working towards her Certified Elevated Grounded Teacher status and offers yoga and art workshops for children of all ages.
Keri is married to Greg Atchley, and they have two wonderful daughters.