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Jen W. from Katy, TX

Cameron designed an original logo- an “identity” for my new veterinary house call practice. He exceeded all of my expectations-professional, so quick to respond to my questions, so easy to work with. We discussed concepts, etc., and the options he created –not 1 or 2, but 4 unique, original logo designs were all amazing. He…

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2015 40 in the Fort Photos are up!

2015 40 in the Fort photos

This past Saturday (June 27th, 2015), Overland Mountain Bike Club held their annual ‘40 in the Fort‘ mountain bike race. It’s a grueling 20 mile route in Lory State Park and Horsetooth Mountain Park that you ride twice. This year they offered a 1-lap option. Saturday morning at 6am, I hiked up the mountain in…

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4 Key Points of a Good Website Design

1. Professional Design It’s about trust. If the website design doesn’t look professional, visitors will leave because they don’t trust the business or the people behind it. Versus, if the design looks professional, and they feel they’ve landed on the correct website, they will proceed further into the website to get what they want. What…

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Redesign for Website, Booklet, and Rack Card

website booklet rackcard design Singletrack Trails, Inc.

Website Redesign: Singletrack Trails owner and founder, Greg Mazu, initially contacted me to redesign his website singletracktrails.com. A couple weeks later, he asked if I’d be interested in redesigning his booklet and rack card. The SingletrackTrails.com website was not mobile-responsive and had an outdated design. The blog page only displayed a portion of the blog…

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Postcard Graphic Design Project for 14erCards.com

graphic design postcard

Matt, over at 14er Cards.com, asked if I would be interested in working on a few graphic designs for a t-shirt. Matt’s an avid hiker and wanted the text “Seek the Next Cairn” in the design, along with a couple cairns. A cairn is pile of rocks that is used as a landmark to help…

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BigCommerce Review – My First Impressions

BigCommerce Review

BigCommerce is one of the more popular e-commerce shopping cart systems out there. It seems to come with a lot of the common bells and whistles you would expect from an e-commerce system. I thought I’d try their free 14-day trial and have a quick look. Below is what I found. What impressed me most: Implement…

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Shopify e-Commerce Platform First Impressions

There’s no shortage of e-commerce systems, these days. I was asked recently to review one of the more popular ones – Shopify. I visited shopify.com and noticed they offered a free, 14-day trial. Now, i’ve never used Shopify. I’ve been using the Miva Merchant e-commerce system for years, since 2000, and I really like it. In…

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Miva Merchant 9 First Impressions

1. The Miva Merchant Admin Home Page “Whoa!” That was what I thought when I first saw Miva Merchant 9’s new admin interface. It’s so simple and uncluttered. Links to frequently accessed areas of the admin are right there, right on the first page. So are some statistics, such as Best Sellers and Recent Sales.…

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New Website Design for Loveland Housecall Veterinarian

After I designed the retro logo for Dr. Archer, it was time to design her website. When I’m working on website design ideas, I like to consider the company’s logo. If a logo has, for example, a rigid, corporate feel to it, I will present at least one website design that also has a rigid,…

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Old Town Square Properties’ New Website Gives Them Control

responsive website design for Old Town Square Properties

Old Town Square Properties’ new website lets them make changes to it whenever they want. When they wanted to update their previous website, they were at the mercy of their previous hosting provider, which is who made the changes. Old Town Sq. would email them their changes and wait, sometimes for days. The changes might get…

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