These fall color palettes bring out the best tones of fall. They’re inspired by my favorite cool weather sensations — from buttery-leather boots to crisp cider. Fall Color Palettes Sometimes, I need to shake up my designs with a seasonal selection of colors. Bright orange or apple red may seem like obvious choices. But thereContinue reading “5 Fall Color Palettes to Help You Hail the Great Pumpkin”
I turned them all into spooky quote pins because I can’t help myself.
Essentially, you run a campaign that creates engagement. Then, you can invite those people to “Like” and “Follow” your page.
The American Association of Airline Executives approached me based on a referral from another writer.
Hard-hitting discussions (suicide, authenticity, Billie Eilish’s scandal) produce quotes that make people look up and say something.
It’s always fun to pick up an ongoing project from another designer and this issue of the Mountain Mission School Challenger was no exception.
I was drawn to this direct mail project for two reasons. First, I enjoy projects where I can assist other women. I came alongside a young woman who wants to get involved in her community. Second, I’ve never done a strictly political project. So, I stretched my knowledge and did a little research to makeContinue reading “Seeing (Republican) Red”
After Sara Edwards performed at our “Where It Hurts” event, I met with her to discuss the passion behind her music.
To write an article that paired everyone’s least favorite type of work activity with awareness of local event spaces, I put together a creative list.
As part of an article series in Shop Forest First magazine, I wrote the business story of Monogram Love. I visited their store and interviewed the owner, Karen Betham. The resulting content brought their story to life: