When sending e-Blasts out of Constant Contact, it’s nice to have a variety of brand consistent headers to showcase the subject of each email newsletter. June 2013.
With many pages, you need to know where you are, and what info you’ll find. A graphic, brand consistent header for your webpages is the best way to accomplish that. June 2013.
More rotating banners to keep up with the news and events of the Asheville Marathon! June 2013.
Asheville Marathon, one of the main events coordinated by iDaph Events, is a big deal held on the Biltmore Estate. They wanted give their WordPress website a fresh new look, one that screamed royalty and opulence. We’re working to bring more elegance to the digital format, starting with updated rotating banner images. May 2013.
Hired on to help refresh and optimize the iDaph Events website, based in WordPress, for the inspiring and awesome company founder, Daphne Kirkwood. or the website we’ve re-ogranized the information flow for greater user interface, added more brand consistent and refined rotating banner images, pluged-in widgets for placing shop items in pages and getting folks…
A logo and concept design and website reorganization for greater flow and more intuitive interaction. January 2012.
This virtual emporium of customizable products for vacation rental business owners needed a clean and easy to navigate interface. All of the custom product images on the pages were also created by me to demonstrate brand identity placement. Created between April and October 2012.
Books and Breadboard website designed to be as fun and interactive as the shop itself while being easy to navigate and really memorable. November 2010.
Any business benefits from a website. This one tells about the artist and showcases the whole portfolio of fine and rustic furniture creations. Created November 2009.
Taking a look back through my design files, I stumbled upon this gem from back in the day, a whole series of book covers with a coordinating website to showcase each book and the series as a whole. Created November 2001.