Here’s a selection of projects, including new websites, business cards, website redesign, logos, bookmarks, and flyers.
- Business Cards – R-T Design
Hot off the press: R-T Design business cards.
You want your cards to stand out in the pile, and a little personality on the back will do the trick. These have the righteous, “I know what I’m doing side” and the counterpoint, the individualistic graphic on the other side.
- 4th Aniversario Poster
Libros Schmibros is celebrating it’s fourth birthday this August. 12,000 books into hands since 2010!
This year we’ve added the Metro info and a QR code. We’ve also stepped up our game with a MailChimp campaign which incorporated the flyer image, text description (so that something shows up as a summary in folks email clients), a link to the membership / donation page and a payment button. MailChimp is practically magical, for managing campaigns.
- David Kipen – Public Figure
- Hotel Mariachi – Book Release
This site functions as a hub for interest in the recently published scholarly work. Links to events, press and social networks are featured on the site. The book cover image was used in the header for unambiguous identification by the interested public.
- Business Cards – Libros Schmibros
Libros Schmibros Lending Library, located on Mariachi Plaza in Boyle Heights needed some stand out business cards. Cards that would help to get their mission across, at a glance. Since opening in 2010, Libros has put over 18,000 books into hands, and more importantly, in front of eyeballs.
This historically immigrant community has always had a deep and abiding love of literature and the arts. The grandparents of both founders lived in Boyle Heights. Now, these people with deep, old roots in the community have come back, to share their love of and commitment to literature.
- the Bookmarks, Redux
Online pre-press proofs? Oh heck yeah! The first batch of bookmarks was not saturated enough, after being converted from RGB to CMYK. So, here we go again–super saturated and gloss this time. Better get out those Industrial Extra-fine point Sharpies! Rookie mistake!
- Jewelry Toolery – Arts Education / Small Business
Jewelry Toolery , a local arts education small business, had a quite tasty HTML site but needed to be able to easily update content.
The site was transitioned to WordPress.com, and now provides easy-to-edit basic information, a contact form and a dynamic announcements / workshops page. Now, the site owner doesn’t have to worry about updating the software or plugins.
- Springfield Community Grange
A web site for a local community organization, and a custom logo.