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Sparkling Smiles, Falling Shapes, Fun at Work

Take a look at my favorite web designs I saw this month! This month’s collection includes: Sparkling smiles Falling shapes Fun at work Geniusly simple Sparkling Smiles Ever since seeing this sparkling water brand in the grocery store for the first time, I loved their conversational language and simple humor in their brand. Each flavor […]

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How to be productive when you work from home

I’ve worked from home for over 5 years now. At first, I didn’t think I needed any of these tips. I was so excited to work from home. No commute. No traffic. No distractions. No freezing cold office. Doesn’t that sound great? It was. Until it wasn’t. Working from home can be really hard. It […]

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Future Food, Houseplant Killers, and Pop-up Books

Take a look at my favorite web designs I saw this month! This month’s collection includes: Futuristic food art Houseplant killing humor Pop-up book dimension Wassily Kandinsky meets web design Futuristic Food Art This site has such unique icons, combining food with a futuristic line-art design. This matches perfectly with their brand, as they are […]

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How to Write Website Content for Your Web Designer

Do you need to write content for your new website? Stressed and have no idea where to start? Many web designers (myself included) require their clients to write the content for their website. This can be a super-intimidating process, so I thought I’d write a guide to help you break this up into manageable chunks. […]

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Edible Websites, Bright Colors, Virtual Driving Skills

Take a look at my favorite web designs I saw this month! This month’s collection includes: Imagery that makes me hungry Neon yellow used in an (actually) nice way Fancy brand uses hot pink – daring but original The most creative portfolio website I’ve ever seen Imagery that makes me hungry I don’t even like […]

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How to Use Google Analytics to Increase Your Website’s Performance

Noticing less traffic, less leads or other negative trends on your website? Web design is not a one-and-done process, but is instead a gradual process of improving your site to get the results you’re looking for. I love using Google Analytics to track how the design and organization of my website is performing. I use […]

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