Hi! I’ve had a few people asking me about where to find good quality, professional, responsive WordPress themes featuring great support at a low cost. I couldn’t be happier with the work from TeslaThemes.com — I’ve been using their Revoke theme for a little over one year now and I get so many compliments on
Hi, there. How’d 2014 treat you? As a multidisciplinary designer, 2014 buzzed right on by. Learning HTML5 tips and tricks, updating to a new Adobe CC release, buying a new iPhone 6, and treating myself to some sweet new gear.
Another happy summer invitation! Love these creative events and the chalkboard trend going on right now. Fonts used were QumpellkaNo12, Quaver Sans, KG Happy (Regular & Solid), KG Second Chances (Sketch & Solid).
When I was in college, I had to take two drawing courses. I had always been OK at drawing — with dedicated practice, I got to be pretty good. Maybe even better than OK! In 2004, I had to draw 50+ small, 2-inch by 2-inch still life drawings. Some took a few minutes, others took
Early on in my career, the dominant branding technique for the nonprofit sector was focused solely on communication — tell your friends, call your mom, get the word out. Today, many nonprofits continue to use their brands primarily as a fundraising tool, but a growing number of them have developed a broader and more strategic
Enjoy a little modern-day inspiration for your iPhone from the “Golden Age of Travel.” Just save to your phone (iPhone 4, 4s, 5, 5c & iOS7 compatible) and set as wallpaper. Have a specific city in mind? Shoot me an email and I’ll take on your request.
My vintage inspired fonts post was a total success thanks to everyone who shared, downloaded, or bookmarked the links! Recently, I was asked about the fonts I use in some of my designs. Here’s a set of what I’ve been using more frequently: Adios Script · District · Century Gothic · Rokkitt · Ventography ·
I love events that involve cake: weddings, showers, birthdays, holidays, etc. I also love designing invitations for those events. So, here’s a recent invitation is for a baby shower — phone numbers and address have been anonymized. The client’s only request: no mentioning the word “baby” on the invite! Meredith’s chosen color scheme was beachy,
I love fonts. I suppose that makes sense as I do design things that require the use of them. I also love anything kitsch, vintage, retro, mid-century modern. So, I’ve put together a list of my favorite vintage inspired ones – some of the fonts I use most often – and thought I’d share them.
Do you remember the good old days before Instagram when you had to take a photo of your dinner, then get the film developed, then go round all your friends houses to show them a picture of your dinner? No? Me neither. Within less than a minute, your photo is telegraphed to the world. With
When I was in the 8th grade, my English teacher gave us an assignment: write a benchmark research paper about an occupation that interests you. At 13, no tweenager knows how to answer, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” But I did thanks to the internet. The idea that I could