I just finished and launched a WordPress website for my client, Geese Guys. I used the New Sense theme, and did extensive customization to achieve the final result. Basic Search Engine Optimization was also implemented on the website.
Designer’s Role: Customization and optimization.
Visit Website: geeseguys.com
I’ll be participating in the following event that promises to be really beneficial to entrepreneurs who find themselves in a rut:
Is your business stuck? Is fear, technology, or confusion blocking your progress?
Don’t let your train pass you by! It’s time to leave Procrastination Station!
Join us for a half-day workshop for Therapists, Creatives, Healers, Communication Professionals, freelancers and other solo pros. Enjoy a powerful combination of presentations,one-on-one consultations, and a quiet workspace where you can get hands-on help with road blocks like:
* Identifying your core message and target audience
* Visual branding: logo, card and/or website
* Writing an online profile
* Writing a Newsletter or Blog
* Technical challenges in Web Design, WordPress, and/or SEO
* Selling ebooks and info products
* Using social media
* Computer issues like virus protection/spam filters
* Mindset blocks and negative thinking
You can with a consultant for specific recommendations to blast through your most critical road block. Leave with your own action plan, an accountability partner and a resource list.
Station Location: 2625 SE Hawthorne Blvd. Portland, 97214. Free parking.
Departure Date: Saturday, February 5th
Sessions: Morning is 9:30 to 12:15; Afternoon is 12:30 to 4:15
Fare: $65 per session (Space is limited to only 20 people per session), $55 if registered by January 28th or attend both sessions for $99, just $89 if registered by January 28th
For more information and to register, click here.
This is a partner event with the International Association of Self-Employed Communication Professionals (IASECP) and Vicki Lind, Creative Career Consultant.
I am pleased to announce the completion of a logo redesign for Criterion Brock.
The client wanted to update and refresh their logo and branding. The logo they had was primarily a wordmark (the company name fully spelled out and set in a specific font and color). The desire was to move to a logo that uses the initials ‘CB’ as the main component of the logo. The original corporate colors and wordmark were incorporated into the new logo to maintain brand recognition and aid in the eventual transition to using the ‘CB’ graphic on its own.