Category Archives: customization

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Cinnabar Theater

Here’s a secret: when I first started courting work in Petaluma, I would drive by the banners and posters for Cinnabar Theater on the north end of town and wonder to myself how I could get that gig. They were (and are) simple, clean advertising for theater, utilizing my two favorite things: strong images and expressive typography.

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Boo Creative

Beth Ricciardi and I go way back, well before careers and kids and freelance work. She has been a steady source of assignments, inspiration, and collaboration. She brought me several engaging clients, and offered me many opportunities to contribute to her own work with comps and brainstorming and technical support. Most recently, Beth and I redesigned her website.

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ALB Designs

Anne Laird-Blanton continues to be a fun and productive client. After leaving CAF shortly after I did, Anne threw herself back into her architecture practice and began to refresh her business. A new logo and a new office, then it was time for a new website.

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Michael and Kathy Mason Lerner

The Lerners are a wonderful couple who embody all that I love about Petaluma: interesting, creative, warm and welcoming.

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Jarvis • Humphrey Group

Category : customization , WEB , Wordpress

Cynthia Jarvis and Martin Humphrey are a dynamite team of Realtors here in Sonoma County, specializing in some spectacular properties that really embody this northern California lifestyle. They needed a new website that would tell the Sonoma story, but also function tightly for visitors to view listings and make contact.

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Roan Design

Talented interior designer Amber Roan needed a simple slideshow to show off all the beautiful spaces she had designed. Using a simple slider template in her WordPress site, we customized and trimmed away all the bells and whistles to highlight her work.

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Winery websites

Category : customization , WEB

Back before WordPress became a viable option outside of the blog world, I made quick real estate websites in HTML. They were great options for landing pages to showcase property images and download brochures.

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