Every now and then on the blog I like to highlight one of my latest design projects, and this is one I’ve been dying to share!
Aurora has been a client of mine for a couple of years now. I’ve now created three websites, two logos, and one book cover with her, in addition to a bunch of smaller collateral pieces like business cards and PDF ebooks. She’s really an amazing lady with so many talents, and every project has been more fun than the last. So, needless to say, this one has probably been my favorite so far.Read More
One of the things I hear about Squarespace a lot is that it's a pain in the arse to transfer your WordPress content into it if you already have a functioning website. Somebody in a Facebook comment the other day described it as a nightmare of copying and pasting. Which makes me sad, because that hasn't at all been my experience, and I'm sure they scared that poor person away for good when they probably would have thrived on Squarespace.Read More
Squarespace is a template driven platform, which means that each website starts out with one of dozens of templates. They’re all nice looking, but the goal is to take that template and use it as a jumping off point to create something that’s customized and optimized for your brand and your goals.Read More
One of the beautiful things about Squarespace that attracts a lot of creatives is the fact that most Squarespace templates look great right out of the box. You can pick a nice looking template, add your own logo, and boom you have an attractive (but maybe kinda generic) website.
Picking a template doesn't have to be hard though. If you do your research up front and know where to look. I thought I'd share some tips I use when I'm picking out templates for clients.Read More