Lately I haven't been able to post as much work as usual. Life has been crazy with working three jobs and freelancing. BUT! All the work has meant producing new work. 

I've loved the projects I've gotten to help with over at Anelise Salvo Design Co. 



We started a couple of months ago working on Justine Malick's site and oh man is it beautiful. I loved the custom touches that we were able to give her site. We wanted to make it look like her home and really reflect her personal style. The hanging plants, the rugs, and the hummingbirds all add to that for sure. This site was built using both Wordpress, and customizing a bit of the pages on our own and sending them to a developer to help us out. Lately I've definitely been dipping into web design a lot more, and understanding what goes into a fully customized site, versus a semi customized site that's built with a template, etc. 

Be sure to check out Justine's site here:


The second project I've been helping with is creating a responsive site for one of Aenlise's clients, Healthy Zen. Learning how to go back and create a site that is unresponsive, and making it responsive has been an interesting ride. It's definitely more complicated, but it's been cool to explore creating a mobile site. Here are some snapshots from that process as well. 

Hopefully I'll be sharing more design projects soon here! There are plenty coming together as of right now, so I'm excited to get those up and running. 


Design Updates!

So I thought I'd upload some things I've been working on for Anelise at Anelise Salvo Design Co. 

I made this flyer for the Yoga Soup in Santa Barbara. They are starting to go towards more modern design so that's why I tried to do while still keeping a natural vibe to the poster. 

Yoga Soup

Anelise and I also worked on a site for her brother - Coach Dayne. It was a wordpress site - and I've had a blast getting to explore with Wordpress and understand it more and more with every site we work on. Wordpress is so extremely powerful, and a little confusing at times, but I always love the outcome. 

Definitely go check out coachdayne.com to see more. Anelise and I decided to create a scrolling page with some things like the blog and shop separated. We used anchors to keep things scrolling back and forth. I love how the final product turned out!