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
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
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!
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.
Not sure how to choose a font? Check out…
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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
The process of putting together a business can be tedious. But when you start seeing the work come together it is also very rewarding. Our website is nearing completion, our social networks are (basically) set up and we have started the development of our internal documents. whew! Depending on what life throws our way, we … Continue reading Hanging Our Web Design Sign