Ocean Shore Printing
Ocean Shore Printing approached me with an interest in updating their existing brand. In doing so, they wished to have a website that would be easier to update, would allow a secure client portal, and could better communicate an updated and more inviting, creative look and feel. Click here to get a look at their all new website.
Sérieux Plumbing approached Creative Ember with a need to breathe new life into their existing brand. They wanted a look and feel that would stand out among the rest which communicating their messaging of “HONEST & RELIABLE” plumbing services. Click here to view their all new website, now live!
Pride n' Joy Pet Grooming
Pride n’ Joy Pet Grooming has been in business for over 30 years but approached me for a rebrand to coincide with their new location. I had so much fun working with them, and working to incorporate their passion for pet care into their new logo, business cards, and website! Click here to get a look at their all new website.
immer1 technology group is a company my husband and I own, which was in need of a brand refresh, taking it from a dated, non-responsive design to something new, clean & simple but more importantly a site that was more user friendly when accessed on mobile devices. Click here to see the all new immer1 website.
This incredibly hard working mom & Paradise Camp Survivor was working to launch her gluten free baked goods company when we met. She approached me with a need for a logo that communicated her vision, and a website to allow her to easily manage orders. Click here to view her new logo & website - now LIVE!
lil cottage snips
Previously known as Lollipop Cuts, the owner approached me looking to build a completely new brand from the ground up. New branding included an all new logo and website, social media pages & store signage. Click here to view the new website.
Excited to move forward with her dream to launch a Hair Extension Bar, Erica approached me looking to launch a luxury salon style brand and lavish locks was born! Click here to view her all new website.
use oils 4 that
Lea approached me needing a custom website from which she could inform followers about essential oils, and to allow them to both purchase oils & sign up to save via a membership opportunity. While essential oils products were provided to her by the manufacturer, she was looking for a brand that was more personal and would better represent her vision. Her brand identity included a logo and website, new business cards, and social media & blog training. Click here to view her new website.
Recently the Grant Group Interior Design & Real Estate team joined Nick Sadek of Sotheby’s International, requiring a sort of re-branding of their previous website. Now integrating their broker’s brand along with their own, their brand grows along with their company! Click here to view the Grant Group website.
Approached to add an updated look and feel to this actor/producer’s website, I worked with his previous website to retrieve and re-organized content, images, and to apply a new brand concept, “chasing bradford,” which was easily implemented given his vast scope of talents and wide reach. Click here to view the new site.
PZSE was looking to revive a tired brand with a new, professional look and feel. Brand project included logo and website design, along with updated business cards, letterhead, envelopes, etc. Click here to view the all new website.
The ladies of Grant Group set out to open an all new home decor, gifts & furnishings store. In doing so, they were in need of a logo using key elements (pun intended) for brand familiarity and a new website where products from the store could be featured & sold. Their brand identity launch included business cards, gift certificates, store signage & social media establishment. Click here to view the Home Refined website.
Tommy McKeith, Artist & Photographer
I worked closely with Tommy to create a new website that would showcase his collection of art and photography. His outdated website had many limitations in the way his content was organized. Additionally it was dark and distracting from his work, and his domain name was difficult to remember. His desire was to have a website which would be easy to maintain and simple in design so as to highlight each of his pieces shown there. Click here to view his new website.