For those that don’t know (or maybe you’ve recently started stopping by this space), Adam and I own our own business together. We’re partners in every sense of the word and I love it. Those that work in marketing/design can often talk about it vaguely. It’s hard for people to even know what they really do all day. I thought I’d share a little bit about what we’ve been doing and the people we are currently working with. Perhaps we can find a way to collaborate in the near future. I know how creative and inspiring you all are.
- CLIENT #1- The Blowout Bar. We have been working with the owners (who are also sisters) of the The Blowout Bar for almost a year now! They are a rare breed of client because they knew exactly what they wanted and that they should invest in things like their brand, website and photography. I’ve been able to design their logo, launch their website, plan photoshoots + help with marketing efforts surrounding their launch. We feel like partners.
- CLIENT #2- Hither and Thither. We recently began to work with Ashley on some behind-the-scenes tweaking. Behind a successful blog there are statistics, monetization and optimization. We help with organic search, increasing page views, improving your social media presence + creating a unified visual guideline for reoccurring or series posts.
- CLIENT #3- Kris Gilbertson. When it comes to podcasting, she’s the queen. We’re designing and building her a completely new site that is unique and powerful. It’s a site unlike anything we’ve ever launched and we’re excited to share SOON.
- CLIENT #4- Massage Blocks. Tom has worked hard to create a product that can help someone exactly like…me. I suffer from so much tension and these blocks that they produce are an effective way to reduce that tension at home. We work with Tom to update his packaging and create a campaign that will allow him to reach out to companies and bloggers. If I’ve learned anything as a blogger, it’s that there is an art to authentically approaching one.
Those are just four of the many amazing clients that we get to work with on a daily basis. We recently brought on a few more that focus on wellness + health and we can’t wait to share.
So there’s a short rundown of what Adam and I do day-to-day. If you think you’d like to work with us, feel free to get in touch. We’re also always looking for freelance developers so let us know if that’s you!