This is exciting! I’ve designed, developed and implemented this brand new customized wordpress site – and we’ve just gone live! woo hoo! It’s a full-on website, plus a blog, plus a micro-blog, plus all kinds of snazzy follow-me-here, follow-me-there, push to twitter widgets, etc, etc, it practically makes espresso too! Check it out! eaconsult.com.
snippet from kol shofar’s website
A snippet from Kol Shofar‘s website last week, as we were winding up the high holiday season with Sukkot and Simchat Torah. With the goal on this home page snippet to convey the joy of the season, showing a sukkah (thanks Schiffs!), band photo for the Red Hot Chachkas – a great local klezmer band – and my apples and honey illustration from one of my Rosh Hashanah greeting cards. And below that, the new synagogue program guide, uploaded onto Bluetoad – this is a great service, easy to work with, which takes multi-page PDF’s and allows easy access to these documents.
CHEP iPhone/iPad app!
I created these graphics and more for this medical app for CHEP – Canadian Hypertension Education Program. These are guidelines to help primary care providers as well as people with hypertension. And of course there’s preventative information as well.
While arguably not the most scintillating app out there, according to at least one doctor I spoke with, these guidelines save lives. It doesn’t really get any more fulfilling than that.
For more info, see the Canadian Hypertension website, and www.hypertension.ca/chep-recommendations for the guidelines, or even better, download the CHEP app on your iphone or ipad!
email announcement for bhakti nova
Just designed this email newsletter for bhaktinova.com for some of their upcoming retreats… the Harvest Yoga Festival and Benefit in Point Reyes, and their New Year’s Retreat in Brazil, Bhakti Bliss Advenutures.
I created this template for this and future newsletters – so many choices with HTML email – but we’re diving in with Vertical Response and so far, so good.
wordpress for warblerwatch
I’ve been building this website, inspired by the recent WordPress WordCamp, with the goal of providing Warbler Watch with the ability to edit their own content.
Just checked in a few weeks later, and lo and behold, they’ve been making changes to the original design! That’s the idea behind using WordPress as the somewhat-easy-to-use CMS, tho’ we designers often like to control our designs more…. ahhhhh, the pros and cons of CMS and letting go of control.
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