Changes to b.CAUSE designs

| February 12, 2011

I am so thankful for the blogs I have had the opportunity to work on. The ladies behind these blogs have been so great to work with! {And check out the awesome causes they chose to support with their design makeovers.}

Each day I work on a design project for a blogger or nonprofit, I learn something new. I really am so grateful to be given all of the opportunities I’ve been given to promote charitable giving.

Now that it’s a month after I launched b.CAUSE designs, there are a few changes that unfortunately have to be made in regards to my Services for Bloggers.

I am still dedicated to using b.CAUSE designs to support the work of nonprofit organizations. “Small” blog aspects will still be offered the same way: you contact me, I get to work, and you make a donation to a charity in lieu of payment to me.

“Small” blog aspects include the following:

  • Blog header
  • Blog button
  • Event badge
  • Social media buttons
  • Sidebar graphics
  • A new background

{And, as always, I will install any of these things for you!}

The changes to b.CAUSE designs is in relation to full blog design makeovers.

I realized quickly that there are certain roadblocks (in my path to offering design services in exchange for donations to charity) I cannot ignore. For example, the only way I can create a great new, fully customized look on WordPress.com blogs is to purchase their CSS Upgrade. Essentially, there is a fee to fully customize a look on WordPress.com blogs. While I fronted the purchases out of pocket for my first few b.CAUSE designs on WordPress, I cannot realistically continue to do so. Additionally, with any blog platform, there is always the added expenses of purchasing  stock vector images for graphic creations and of updating my design programs for quality of work.

Because of this, these changes to b.CAUSE designs will go into effect starting today:

  • For full blog designs on WordPress.com, the client will incur the cost to purchase a CSS upgrade (roughly $15).
  • For full blog designs on Blogger, the client will agree to pay b.CAUSE $15. This money will be used to purchase design graphics and programs, so I can continue helping nonprofits and people like you.
  • Despite these small changes, the purpose of b.CAUSE designs remains: to support cause-worthy organizations. Therefore, I will still kindly ask that the client makes a donation in his/her desired amount to his/her choice charity! Past clients typically donated anywhere between$30-$75. With the new addition of $15 being applied to design necessities, I imagine future clients donating $15-$50. Again, the amount is your choice. I simply want to encourage charitable giving. :-)

I hope you can understand why I needed to make these changes.

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