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I’m off to a small start with my brand new premade shop. I wanted it to be positively overflowing with options before releasing it, but I’ve been so busy with custom work that if I had waited, I might never have released it! I know there’s a bit of a gap in offerings, but I’m working as quickly as possible!
For now, I’d love to have you all check out some of the fun new splashes and blogs I’ve added so far. I have plans for more marketing materials soon and I would absolutely love suggestions on what you think should be included in the ideal marketing kit. I’d also love input on anything else you’d like to share. Let me know what you’d like to see here — actions? cards? collages?
I particularly love the organic marketing set with matching splash. I think it’s a great all-in-one solution for someone who hasn’t done any branding. I’m partial to the soft natural blues and greens, but I promise I’ll have some new options up soon for the bright color and subtle tones crowds.
Thanks for checking out the store and don’t forget to let me know how I can improve it.
Sandra of September Blue Photography came to me for a new logo, splash, and blog. Sandra asked for something clean and simple with just a bit of feminine flair. I truly enjoyed working with Sandra because she sent me numerous sketches of her ideas, which really helped me put all of her ideas into a finished product! Sandra basically designed the entire package herself — I just pulled it all together.
Sandra’s splash page is a bit of a departure from the norm with its large rotating slideshow. It really keeps the focus on showing off Sandra’s gorgeous images!
Carrie purchased one of my premade logos. We modified it with her colors and a new font choice and changed the solid outline to a dashed line. Her matching splash will follow soon.
Stacie is a Connecticut based black and white photographer with an old fashioned love of film. To pay homage to her retro flair, we drew our inspiration from the antique typewriter, then dressed up a fun circle mark to pull it all together for marketing materials and future web-based design.
This project is incomplete and not yet live, so you can view a small sampling of our progress below.