Easter is just around the corner and we’ve got a free facebook cover image for you! If easter isn’t your thing, then check out our spring facebook cover!
Spring is in the air and new grass is popping up everywhere. To celebrate new life, we’ve got a fun spring facebook cover image for you.
March is arriving with two holidays! The first is of course St Patrick’s Day. I’ve put together a facebook cover image with a spring theme incorporating butterflies, a rainbow, and of course shamrock flowers. Come back on March 18th and I’ll have an Easter facebook cover for you!
The Resource Power had an existing website using the Florance WordPress theme, but they needed help revamping their home page to make an impact. They wanted to keep the background, tie in their logo, and promote donation.
HomeFirst Inc had a dated web design which needed a facelift to show off their organization and drive donations. I completely scraped the old design and used their blue & green logo as an inspiration for the re-design of the website.
Soccer in the Streets is a non-profit organization in Atlanta helping children learn life lessons through soccer. Their School of Life program needed a logo designed which clearly conveyed both soccer and learning.
Ayiti Now Corp is a small non-profit organization working to bring school books to children in Haiti. It has a big mission and their existing website was failing them in a big way. The site had become a mix of missing links and haphazard web design. They were in need of a serious web site overhaul, and so we embarked on the task to give their website both form and function. Joining me on the adventure was a web developer Steve from Seattle for some bi-coastal web site design & development.
Want a quick facebook cover image for Christmas? Want something designed for you to quick drop your logo on? Done. I’ve put together a facebook cover image just for Christmas which is free to use on personal and commercial facebook pages, so long as you don’t try to redistribute it.
Under the Mango Tree was looking for a warm and inviting poster design. They are an organization helping bee keepers to produce, market and sell their organic honey. They were looking for a poster design which would attract potential buyers. In some ways this poster design almost created itself since the topic was honey and the organization already had a strong orange in their logo.
Mobile C.A.R.E. Foundation was looking for a remake of their logo. They were looking for a fresh new take on their logo which would instantly identify their mission of bringing asthma medicine and education to children via their mobile Asthma Vans, however they didn’t know exactly what they wanted — just that it needed improvement.