If you know me at all – you know that I like to re-design things a lot. Especially my own. Because, why not? I can! I recently launched my new website where I explain more of what I do (instead of just showing you my work). I’m slowly adding in new work and will only be keeping recent/relevant projects. I looked through my old projects recently and counted over 300 completed projects from the past few years! I’ve been busy.
I’m also extremely excited to be announcing SESSIONS. These will be group or 1-on-1 video/screensharing sessions that you can purchase for yourself or others that might benefit! This idea grew out of a need that I saw popping up within my conversations and emails with readers. Many of you want to begin blogging, expanding your business or need direction when it comes to your visual brand. While I can’t write pages and pages of emails to each and every one of you, I thought I could better address your questions or problems in real time! Through Google+ Hangouts, we can set up a time to work through what you need.
You can visit my shop to read more about each session but just know that it will be a time for you to ask me questions, to get immediate feedback and to share files and your online space directly! My Introduction to WordPress session is currently discounted to $250 (will eventually be $500) and includes 4 sessions during December. It will the perfect opportunity for you to learn the basics, discover new WordPress features + become comfortable in the dashboard. Once you sign up, you’ll receive details and a schedule in an email from me.
I’ll also be blogging about design, found typography, tips + advice for those looking to improve their visual brand and sharing case studies! I’m excited to finally commit to a space where I can share my thoughts since most of my day is centered around these very subjects! I’ll be tweeting out about a lot of this stuff and you can subscribe to that blog too if it interests you! Thanks, as always, for all your support!
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