Sarah Moon + Co launched a new strategically-designed custom Squarespace website for nonprofit group Make the Minute Matter.Read More
Sarah Moon + Co launched a new strategically-designed custom Squarespace website for sophisticated wedding and event planning company Bash Please.Read More
Sarah Moon + Co launched a custom, strategic Squarespace website for Human at the Helm, a strategic public relations & marketing firm working with founders & CEOs.Read More
We're spotlighting some of our favorite Squarespace websites we've designed & launched quickly, in just one day!Read More
Widman Immigration Law is a Squarespace website for an attorney featuring parallax scrolling, custom icons, lead forms & ConvertKit design.Read More
Squarespace design for the National Lutheran Choir, a non-profit organization in Minneapolis, Minnesota.Read More
cbmgrp.com is a Squarespace website for Colleen Burns' new company, focusing on strategic marketing for health and wellness companies.Read More
OvenbirdBindery.com is a squarespace website for Jill Krase, bookbinder and book arts instructor. Featuring parallax scrolling, custom icons & lead forms.Read More
Wine et Beauté is a project of sommelier, wine expert and makeup artist Monique Benôit. Monique originally came to me because she wanted to start a Squarespace-based blog chronicling her new life in Paris.
But she quickly realized that she could use her new Squarespace website to tell her larger story, showcasing her portfolio (she's worked in film and television makeup departments for many years, including on The Get Down, Boardwalk Empire, The Carrie Diaries, 30 Rock, Law & Order and more) but also highlighting her new work, which includes crafting wine and dessert pairings as for visitors to Paris as well as artistic makeup services for weddings. As a result, we created branding and overall creative direction for her project as well.Read More
The Chill Foundation, the non-profit foundation started by Burton Snowboards' founders Jake and Donna Carpenter, is an amazing organization. They have locations all over the country and engage at-risk youth in leadership activities through boardsports, including snowboarding, skateboarding, stand-up paddle-boarding and surfing.
Ages ago, I worked for the City of Portland, and one of my projects was public relations and promotion of the city's skatepark project (which Portland has, sadly, let go by the wayside). This was one of the most gratifying projects I worked on during my time in the public sector, so it was awesome getting back to a subject I'd been passionate about so long ago. (Fun fact: my last day on the job at the City, then Mayor Tom Potter invited me to join him in cutting the ribbon for a new skatepark and I may have cried a little at that generosity.)
Chill had a nice Wordpress based website but it didn't have the storytelling vibe that they needed. It wasn't edgy or boundary-pushing. It worked, it looked nice, but it didn't match their work. My team and I were excited to re-envision what Chill.org could be, complete with a fab hero video (created by Vitae Sessions), vibrant colors, some edgy-feeling iconography, an interactive map and an awesome infographic created by my frequent graphic design collaborator, Ashli Hughes of Cascade Creative PDX.Read More