Joel and Lisa Schmidt wanted a unique, hand-crafted look for their web presence, so I created hand illustrations with watercolor and pencil to give their website a “hand-painted” look. Their new site conveys their love for their Catholic faith and their dedication to their marriage and children.
A local Little League organization needed an updated website with a robust calendaring system, the ability for parents to upload various forms of documentation, and player-submitted photos from games and special events. The website is integrated with a MailChimp email newsletter that keeps families up to date about upcoming events.
Margaret describes herself as a “religion teacher by day, opera singer by night,” and wanted to showcase both aspects of her life in one Internet home. Her website features a calendar of her upcoming performances, video and audio samples of her repertoire, and a vibrant blog in which she writes about a wide variety of topics.
Austin lawyer Joe Fulwiler wanted to showcase his areas of practice while emphasizing how his focus on customer service truly sets him apart. His new site focuses on the staff of his Austin law practice, explains the different practice areas he offers to his clients, and allows him to speak about legal and economic trends via his blog.
New blogger Mark Wilby wanted a site that communicated his warmth and masculinity in a welcoming manner. His blog showcases a life grounded in faith and family.