It seems I'm always starting these blog posts the same way.... Sooooooo... it's been a while since we've posted anything. But, we've got a good reason. We've been working... which... you know... is what you want when you're running a business. Here are a few of the projects we've been working on since the beginning … Continue reading Latest Website Design Projects
Category: AWE Creative Websites
Designer Fitness Website Renovation
I just finished a delightful website renovation that required skills in a bunch of different areas of website development: Logo Work, Design Modifications, Layout and Navigation, Thematic Consistency, Security, a little Video Work, and Copy Development. Plus, I got to learn a whole new WordPress page builder and learned more about the personal fitness training … Continue reading Designer Fitness Website Renovation
Sarasota Counselor & Divorce Coach Website
I would like to introduce a Sarasota therapist who specializes in what is called divorce counseling or divorce coaching: Cassandra Winters. She also happens to be my latest client and we just completed her web development project. Check out her new website at http://www.CassandraWinters.com Her concerns during our initial meeting included the effectiveness of her … Continue reading Sarasota Counselor & Divorce Coach Website
Branding ABCs: Simple But Striking Typographical Logos
This is wonderfully simple post with examples to inspire uncomplicated, font-based logos. A good starting point for small business owners who don’t have design skills looking to explore developing their own business logo. Remember to get feedback from friends before deploying your self-made logo. Outside input is always good!
A logo gives your website an instant pop of professionalism; it’s such a key part of any website that WordPress.com includes a Site Logo tool to make adding one as straightforward as possible.
What if you don’t have the resources to have someone create a logo, or aren’t confident in your design chops? Sometimes a few letters are all you need — all the following sites use their initials for graphic, memorable logos.
Monograms aren’t just for polo shirts, and simple doesn’t mean boring or unremarkable. Pick a font that matches your brand’s personality and add a color — there are infinite possibilities, so you can create something elegant, playful, or bold.
From left to right: interdisciplinary journal of arts and culture Michigan Quarterly Review, lifestyle and psychology site Farnam Street, media criticism site Columbia Journalism Review.
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Product Labeling for Small, Local Bakery
This past week I finished a project for my long-time client Lisa and the Glenn Family Bakery. Lisa wanted to create label stickers for some of her products. The labels needed to conform to a few basic requirements: Present the business logo (obviously) Display the web address Represent the general product category in the container … Continue reading Product Labeling for Small, Local Bakery