Category Archives: new clients

Working for Simpson Strong-Tie

Exciting news! This week, I’m starting a new contracting gig through The Creative Group, working on site at Simpson Strong-Tie as a member of their growing marketing department’s web design and development team. I’m looking forward to trying something new and getting to know a new group of web design professionals. My posts here may […]

New work for Stanford

I’ve just wrapped up a quick job for an Oakland agency that does a lot of work with Stanford, using existing graphic elements from a previous fountain seating area open house flyer to create an informative flyer about fountains being turned off during the drought. But how does an illustration of a fountain work without […]

Just launched! Speak. Serve. Grow.

Kristin Thompson, a professional speaker and coach based in Portland, Oregon, has seen her popularity skyrocket in recent years as she’s gained recognition helping entrepreneurs, coaches, and consultants use public speaking opportunities to market their businesses. It was time to take her website’s look to the next level to match the growth of her business […]

Movin’ on up…

I’ve spent two great years helping Holy Names University revamp their Web presence, from a website redesign to freshen their look, to numerous WordPress blogs to support departments and faculty, and share University news and history, to revitalized social networking pages to foster a sense of community online. It’s been challenging and fun, but now […]

HNU’s got a new Web Manager

It’s official: I am now the Web Manager at Holy Names University in the Oakland hills, a liberal arts institution founded in 1868 on the shores of Lake Merritt. I will no longer be accepting new clients, as this is a full-time position. Holy Names University is committed to promoting social justice, being a model […]

Romance and Super-Charged Smoothies

It’s been a busy fall, launching the redesign for historical romance author and helping identical twin sisters and best-selling cookbook authors Mary and Sara get on Twitter, YouTube and Facebook. Website to follow — check back here for details.