Sunday, September 26, 2010

Tweek tweek tweek.

Today has been rather frustrating.
I had set aside this day to restructure my website, only to find that the software that created the site had been erased during a recent upgrade of memory.
Crumbs. Double Crumbs.

So I used this time to rework my 'boiler plate' handout.
It still needs to be tweeked and then tweeked some more.

This is the first draft of the new rendition, - it will be printed 8.5 x 11 card stock :

From portfolioMay08.jpg


danger garden said...

At first I read your title as "Tweet tweet tweet" which really surprised me as you don't seem like a person who tweets. Not that there is anything wrong with those that do, put it just didn't seem like you. Do you?

As for your promo materials...if I could afford such services, and I lived in your area I would hire you in a heart beat! And then brag about it to everyone I knew. Of course you would never get any work done because I would keep saying "we should have a glass of wine and discuss this"...

Deviant Deziner, aka Michelle said...

You have me pegged Loree, I don't tweet.
I don't have anything against it, it's just not for me.

And I suspect you're correct. We'd never get anything done. Cheers !, Let's have another one !

Delphine said...

i wanna cheer with you too !!!

Christine said...

I love that shadowy photo! Not sure if you're looking for critique, but I'd use a different font (although I don't know which one I'd use- one with softer edges but still utilitarian?)

Sucky about the website- I'm impressed you do it all yourself!

Deviant Deziner, aka Michelle said...

I am ALWAYS up for critique.
I find them incredibly eye opening, especially by highly talented people such as yourself.

I agree the font is not good.
Appreciate the feedback !!!!

creations landscape designs said...

I would suggest using two fonts. One for the title and one for the body of each title. This way it will create an eye pop.

Carolyn said...

Love the way the tones of photos balance each other.

I agree - using two fonts would make a bigger impact. If it were "me", I would use a cool bold script for the titles and keep the description the same or something similar. Maybe use color for the titles.

Nice work! I'm reworking our marketing stuff right now, as well - it helps that my background is in graphic design... saving us a ton of cash out of pocket!