Out of Sight Designs helps create products and services that provide meaningful & relevant experiences to users.

After years of working with small and large companies designing, building, and maintaining websites, I launched my own design studio, Out of Sight Designs in 2004, providing services including designing and building websites (hand-coded HTML and CSS and WordPress), creating unique brand identities and compelling print collateral and user experience design for desktop, web, and mobile applications.

Out of Sight Designs’s current services include user experience design, wireframing, prototyping, and user interface design. You can count on me for a relaxed yet productive client experience and fresh, energetic design aesthetics.

My clients include Michigan Assisted Living Association (MALA), Stout Systems, KW Works, Friends of Camp Mak-a Dream, The University of Michigan, First Stop Health, and The American Red Cross.

About Rebecca Sweeton

I graduated from the University of Michigan’s School of Information in 2003 with my Masters of Information specializing in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). I also received my Bachelors of Science in Anthropology-Zoology from the University of Michigan in 2000. After finishing my graduate degree, I worked as a webmaster for Cambridge Underwriters (now a Marsh & McLennan company) and Thomson Reuters.

Pat Nulis

So Southern Custom Equestrian Products
"It is a pleasure to work with Rebecca for the last couple of years. She is professional, dependable, her knowledge knows no limits and her turn-around-time on projects is so fast, I get dizzy:) I cannot recommend Rebecca more she's that fabulous. Looking forward to working many many more years with her. Thank you Rebecca for all that you do so that my business can run smoothly!"

The core values of Out of Sight Designs are:


I provide creative solutions to your difficult to solve problems.



I have a deep empathy for you and your users. I want to help both of you.



If I don’t know the answer, I will find the answer. I have an inner librarian.

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