Happy Friday, friends! I can’t believe that we’re already in our 2nd month of 2012… things are just going by too fast, aren’t they? January was quite exciting for me, with my trip to Alt Summit and also finishing up/starting some new design projects. Today I’d like to share three web projects that I’ve recently launched (and have grown quite attached to!).
Remember the SEO Boot Camp for Bloggers guest post from my pal Jeff? Well guess what-Jeff’s website, Zen Search Marketing, was designed by me! To sum it up- this design was challenging and fun to work on. You must know by now that my style is usually quite feminine, so taking on this project meant that I had to once again think a bit outside of my (violet) box, haha. Luckily Jeff already had some ideas for his color scheme and logo, and after sending me a rough sketch of the layout he wanted- I nailed down the design. It’s actually a great launch for the both of us: I learned a lot along the way and implemented a few new design techniques, and Jeff now has a clean, minimal website for his amazing SEO business. Win, win!
Have I mentioned how much I LOVE my return customers? Tracie first hired me last year to design her blog, TSJ Photography (remember this soft, sweet design?) then again to help bring her idea for MODSquad to life. But some gals just really like change, and Tracie is one of them! She was ready to start 2012 with a fresh new look, inspired by Japanese Washi tapes and bright colors. I’m also a fan of Washi tapes (did you see my business cards from Alt Summit? =), so Tracie’s idea really intrigued me. It’s always fun to get a new look, and I think Tracie and I are both excited about hers. Head on over to TSJPhotography and take a peek!
How LOVELY is this color palette? I have to hand it to my client, Kristina- she really knows a good color palette when she sees it! Kristina hired me to design her new blog, Beach Wedding Style, and she went above and beyond when sending me design inspiration. She created a beautiful pinterest board for me to use, filled with soft, beachy colors that she was hoping to carry over into the design. She also mentioned hot air balloons (another small obsession of mine) and chevron patterns- so I was instantly game. I’m really excited to see the growth of this blog and the DIY projects she’ll be featuring. If you’re planning a beach wedding, or just love wedding blogs in general, make sure to subscribe to Beach Wedding Style ;)
Well, that wraps up another Featured Friday post! If you’re still reading this, I just want you to know that I truly appreciate your interest in my projects and my work.
What are some things that you accomplished this week?