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Websites, hosting and domains: a simple (illustrated) guide

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Here’s a “tiny house” story time to explain these three foundational pieces of a website.

Create a home base for all of your work with a website

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How Susan Snodgrass’s website serves as a central hub for her work, consolidating many writings published in various places.

Make an impression and be remembered with business cards

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How Nashville musician Jimmy Rinehart makes connections with people in the industry, gets people to his website, and proves he’s worth remembering.

Album Art wording: a checklist for musicians

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You’ve got your tracks recorded, song order finalized, & title chosen — now get all of your copy together. Here’s a handy checklist of what you need.

Keep it together! “Asset management” for creators

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Musician, writer, maker, or artist? Here’s how to organize & store all of your digital files, images, bits of copy, and links (so you can find them when you need them).

Jimmy Rinehart identity & website

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Vintage guitars and classic vinyl records inspired this identity & website for a hard-working musician to keep fans and venues informed and happy.

File formats: What to do with all your logo files

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If you’ve got a bunch of brand identity files and don’t know what’s what, this handy reference can help. From vector to raster, EPS to JPEG, we’ve got you.

The “Picture Mat”: How we combine the WordPress Block Editor with Page Builders

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After digging into real-world client sites, we’ve landed on a hybrid approach to combine page builders like Beaver Builder with the Gutenberg block editor.

Don’t be humble! Use testimonials as social proof

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People make decisions based on what other people are saying. Collecting and sharing great testimonials lets others do all the bragging about you.

Loretto Community logo & brand identity

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This religious community had a dated, inconsistent look. We made them a whole new identity that’s organic, inviting, colorful, and super usable.

Get that picture in the Wiki-verse

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Have you taken a photo that would be great for Wikipedia? Here’s how to give it to the Internet.

Sisters of Providence website redesign

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We helped this congregation completely re-think and re-organize their sprawling website. Then, we built them a fresh, vibrant new look. The result is a welcoming, enjoyable, and inspiring online home.