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June 19, 2015 More

Operation Layla

It’s funny how much you can get to know a person via social media. While it doesn’t replace the in-depth friendship you form fromface-to-face interactions, connecting with people through blogs/twitter/facebook does provide some insight into the character of a person. I first “met” Layla (or @ohdearitslayla as I know her from Twitter) when I joined […]

March 11, 2011 More

Use Address Labels For Good

Last time, we talked about Gifts that Give Back. Today, since I’m knee deep in designing the overall look of our paper products, I thought I’d talk about how you can give back with address labels and stamps. “Life is never so busy that there is no time to serve” -Sharon Tan Oh, how true […]

August 17, 2010 More


What blog providers do you design for? I can design for Blogger/Blogspot and If you are interested in me designing the graphics for a blog you have hosted elsewhere, please contact me for additional information. How do I pay you? The majority of my services are free! For some services, there is a minimal […]

March 15, 2012 More

{Design Work} Hershy’s Corner

Fun, fresh, cheerful, chic. That’s how I’d describe the new look over at Hershy’s Corner. They say design tastes are a reflection of the person, and that couldn’t be more true in this case. From the moment she contacted me, Marissa’s been a pleasure to work with. Always cheerful, she made me laugh at least […]

May 4, 2011 More

Why You Should Keep Your Free Blog

It’s easy to get wrapped up in all the customization/upgrades hoopla for blogs. Even I have fallen prey to it. But before you go out and purchase a custom domain name ($10-$15/year), CSS Upgrade ($30/year for, and hosting package (approx. $70/year), let me point out some positive aspects to your free blog. {For a […]

February 28, 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

Teen Mom: Social Good or Social Ill?

In recent news, skeptics are quick to cover the controversy surrounding MTV’s new show, Skins. The show isn’t the first of MTV’s to cause debate, though. I’ve been seeing more and more Facebook statuses surrounding Teen Mom, bashing the show or lashing out against the moms. Facebook has also been the source of outrage against […]

February 3, 2011 More

Volunteer Opportunity of the Week: Clean Up the Roads!

One of my favorite volunteer activities is cleaning up highways. I know, that sounds like anything but pleasant, but it really can be fun! As pres. of my pre-law fraternity last year, I helped set up a rolling volunteer activity for us through the city of Springfield’s Adopt-A-Street program. For student organizations looking for an […]

August 5, 2010 More

Give Back Tuesday: Gifts that Give Back

Sometimes, spam e-mail really is worth it.  {though I say this with utmost hesitation} The other day, my spam from caught my attention with an article about Gifts That Give Back. Hmm, I thought, interesting. At first, I just expected it to be about charitable favors you can give out at your wedding. Reading […]

August 3, 2010 More