Roberta from Mark McCabe Repair and Service, contacted me looking for a small site that had a retro feel to it and that she could update herself. The target audience for this site is rural farmers who may not be web savvy, so we needed to ensure the site was easy to read and navigate.
Heather was looking for a website to feature her herbicide and pesticide free blueberry farm that is known as “Missing Goat”. We created a simple and clean site that promotes her farm and homemade jam and chutney. The site features beautiful and fun photography of her farming lifestyle and of course product shots of her… [Read More]
Brunn Construction, a Minnesota builder, was looking for an exciting new website for their remodeling division – Brunn Remodeling. They were looking for a flexible and effective web design that would showcase their quality work, emphasize their woman centric approach to home building and most importantly would be designed to attract more clients and generate… [Read More]
Kristin Williams, of Path Communications, had a very clear vision on what she wanted for a logo and website design and only a 2-3 week time frame for completion. The logo was to be crisp, professional and to really emphasize the concept of a “path”. The site was a simple brochure style site that would… [Read More]
I was feeling inspired and took a few minutes to come up with some neat social networking icons/badges. The set comes in two sizes (64×64 and 48×48) includes icons for MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and a RSS feed. Looking for another social networking icon to match? Just let me know and when I have a… [Read More]
I am excited to announce the recent launch of FraserValleyPulse.com. I have worked with Kristi Ferguson, the founder and editor of FraserValleyPulse.com, for several years now, so when she came to me with a new project I couldn’t wait to get started! Her enthusiasm for her new venture was contagious and it became my responsibility… [Read More]