The North County Land Trust is a 501c(3) non-profit, regional land conservation organization founded in 1992 to protect, preserve and promote the natural resources of north central Massachusetts.
Earlier this month, I happily helped them update their existing logo to this version which better represents their mission, has more visual impact, and is better suited for use on social media.
The continuation of our mission at iPayMyWay to provide great apps for nonprofits has resulted in this spinoff of the $hare app, created as a companion to the “March For Our Lives” events to be held worldwide on March 24th.
The Be Heard! app is your guide and resource for rally and march events, like the March For Our Lives marches happening in your area on March 24, 2018. Choose your local event page to get automatic updates about logistics, speakers, changes, transportation etc as they become available.
The app also helps you to further your cause, with information on organizations, how to volunteer, petitions, and where to contact your congresspeople.
My role has expanded with this launch to include: providing visual content for use within the app and in the app stores, building the website, providing social media consulting, and creating visual and written content for various social media platforms.
To download the app or for more information, visit https://www.beheardforrallies.com/
This year’s holiday card features a peaceful, twilight shot of our holiday tree, seen shining through one of our little cabin’s many windows. Seasons greetings to all!
This simple, updated portfolio site shows off many of Atlantic Fixtures fine custom fixtures and amazing metal fabrication projects. I was able to digitally improve much of the older photography, which had been shot with a smartphone, and offer additional consulting as to how to upgrade photo quality on future shoots. You can see the entire site at https://www.atlanticfixtures.com/
Just finished up this full page ad for National Insurance Group. This ad will appear in the eBook supporting an upcoming insurance conference, as well as on some additional printed marketing materials. This is my first project for National Insurance Group, and so I took some time to familiarize myself with the business and their objectives before brainstorming on a concept. I am happy to say that they were very pleased with the result!
Here’s this year’s Scarecrow Classic 5K poster for The Lincoln Land Conservation Trust. This 5K run takes place just a week or so before Halloween, and so (same as last year) they wanted the event posters to feel Halloween-ish. I added a new background theme for this year’s poster to change it up a bit, while making sure it would be instantly recognizable to those already familiar with the event.
Here’s a sticker that I redesigned for CT bluegrass band 5 in the Chamber. Our main goal with this redesign was to add some earthy tones (here in the form of a rustic wood frame) and improve readability of the text.
I love designing websites, and this newly launched site for Gray’s Carpet Center was no exception! The fine folks at Gray’s were looking for a complete redesign of their previous site to bring it up to date with expanded form, function, and a separate mobile design for easy viewing on small screens. The resulting site not only provides a wealth of easy to find information about their business, it also gives their customers the tools that they need for inspiration and decision making, using the wealth of content provided by Gray’s various dealers and suppliers. I built this site using an online platform, and provided step-by-step training, which allows them to log in and add photos of their completed installations to an online gallery. You can see the entire site at http://www.grayscarpetcenter.com.
“Bluegrass On The Bogs (BOTB) is a growing, grass-roots, volunteer-based, amazingly entertaining, organically-grown and much loved festival. It’s a three day acoustic non-traditional bluegrass festival showcasing regional bands from the New England States. BOTB features camping, jams, artisan & food vendors, kids events, workshops and more.” (source)
This year marks the 11th anniversary of this rapidly growing festival. Larry DeJong drafted off of his original logo design to create a special 11th anniversary logo, and I worked from there to create a poster design that would get this festival noticed. This poster typically debuts in February at a local music convention, and so I designed it to stand out amongst the many other flyers and posters that it would compete with there.
If you’re in the South Shore, MA area in May, and you enjoy bluegrass music, consider checking out this family-friendly festival!