JUST FINISHED! Manosh Commercial Real Estate wanted an easy-to-navigate website that highlighted their rental and 'build to suit' properties, as well as available rentals.
I thought an industrial-type design might work well for their needs. The site is user friendly and easy to update as new rental opportunities become available.
Jay Kennedy's Porch Portraits - 1,000 Miles 1,000 Smiles: When the pandemic began, Jay started traveling the state looking to capture people in their natural element during COVID-19. I saw incredible value in documenting the stories behind the images and contacted Jay about partnering on a series of books about the positive affects of the virus on Vermonters (yes, there were some positives!). This website compiles many beautiful images of individuals, families, pets, and even a few surprises, like a wedding, engagement, and a prom.
As a budding genealogist, I was thrilled when the Vermont Cemetery Association contacted me wanting a new website. I love walking around old cemeteries, so it was great fun sorting through all the pictures of Vermont's historic graveyards. Check out the beautiful gravestones and learn about the symbolism of some of the older stones. Lots of other great resources are included on the website, as well.
Stony Brook Farm wanted an updated look for their farmstead, and also assistance with their social media presence. I designed their website and set up their Facebook page. We will be working throughout the summer on their marketing plan to attract visitors to their rental properties. Check it out!
to use in various applications, and designed a website, Facebook, and LinkedIn presence for Wilson's Amusements & American Vending. Because their business is entertainment, we wanted to capture fun and colorful designs which coordinated with each other to show relationship among their different businesses. I am now providing ongoing marketing assistance to all three companies. (ATM Advantage website is pending.)
Estate Sales & Consignments hired me to design their new logo, create a new website, create an online newsletter for ongoing marketing, and design their business cards, letterhead, and envelopes. Currently we are working on setting up an online store so people can still 'thrift' during the pandemic.
Lamoille County Civic Center contacted me to design a website so they could let the community know about all the great events taking place in their building - from Elvis Impersonators to Mah Jongg. The heart of our 'village', this beautiful building has all sorts of interesting happenings taking place under the steeple. Inside is a warm atmosphere with floor to ceiling stained glass windows from years gone by. I am happy to provide ongoing maintenance to this group pro bono.
The owners of this equine-based psychotherapy program wanted their site to have a rustic feel and be really easy to navigate. They are thrilled with their new site which is always a work in progress because this farm is so busy! As I do with many nonprofits who can't afford to have regular ongoing website maintenance, I provided instruction to their staff so they can make minor changes in-house.
Reiki's Healing Touch wanted a soft, calming, and inviting look for both their logo and website. Easy navigation for their clients was important too. The owner is thrilled with the result which reflects her spirituality and beliefs. Reiki's Healing Touch keeps me on retainer for social media posts for whenever they're ready to welcome new clients.
And of course, I designed this site! I wanted it to reflect my personality, my love for simplicity (get to the point!), and my love for the outdoors and Vermont.