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thank you ideas for custodians pinterest

thank you ideas for custodians pinterest

March 7, 2013 More

pinterest christmas gift ideas for school custodians

pinterest christmas gift ideas for school custodians

November 23, 2012 More

{Design Work} Life Between Donut World and the Real World

Blog Design Recently, I had the pleasure of working with Alice, of Life Between Donut World and the Real World. She contacted me looking for a full makeover for her Blogger blog. Previously, she was using a default Blogger template. She was looking for something more cheerful with bold colors that reflected her fun personality. […]

May 12, 2011 More

{Design Work} Spruce Kids

Recently, I’ve had the privilege to work with Rebecca from Spruce Kids.  Spruce Kids offers expert created post diagnosis diet changes for children who suffer from (what they call) the 4 A’s: Ashtma, Allergies, Autism and ADHD. Our services are personally tailored for each family based on their needs. Our team focuses on strategically creating […]

March 17, 2011 More

{Design Work} Puma Life

A lot of times, someone will come to me looking for help because they’re (what they call themselves) “blog-design illiterate”. What I love is helping people realize they don’t lack an eye for design…just the education to apply that design to the Web. Mrs. Puma is one such client who has good, defined taste. She […]

February 23, 2011 More

Design Kudos: The ONE Campaign

Fresh, clean, inviting. That’s what I think of every time I visit ONE’s website, Facebook page, or Twitter profile. Here are just some of the many reasons ONE gets my humble design kudos: Their logo embodies all of the elements of an effective logo. Their colors (black and white) are timeless and span cultures, gender, […]

February 15, 2011 More

Changes to b.CAUSE designs

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 […]

February 12, 2011 More

The Power of Shopping Organically

***Statistics and ideas cited all credited to Eat This, Not That: Supermarket Survival Guide by David Zinczenko. Follow on Twitter. I grew up in an era of high fructose corn syrup mania. Naturally, what I learned as a child to be “healthy” is vastly skewed. But it’s not just my generation. Really, the health epidemic […]

January 25, 2011 More

Writing for Social Media

Social media has given us a new outlet to communicate with friends and colleagues while also giving us a new vocabulary. As Loraine Antrim points out: we now “blog” and “tweet” and “text”[,] read “blooks” and “microblogs”[,] and are concerned about “trackbacks.” A colon and parantheses signal our emotions (“:)”) and three letters can signal […]

January 5, 2011 More

Most Popular Social Media

Social media is any form of online publication or presence that allows end users to engage in multi-directional conversations in or around the content on the website. In essence, social media is the use of technology combined with social interaction to create or co-create value. Social media can take many different forms, including Internet forums, […]

January 5, 2011 More