I worked with Powerful Parallel, a local woman-owned jewelry business that offers one-of-a-kind handmade pieces, to bring their website to life. I wanted the beauty of the jewelry to bring life to the site, so I created layouts with gallery grids and full width images. I also leveraged the bright colors of Powerful Parallel’s branding
I worked with Maggie to create a website for her freelance writing business. Maggie’s website speaks directly to her customers in her own voice, giving examples of the types of work she does, detailing her skillset, and citing actual results she’s helped clients achieve. I used light and delicate typography and foliage imagery that work
I worked with Empower Counseling Services to help them establish their new business by creating their logo. The owner felt connected to the symbol of a phoenix as it represents rebirth. My goal was to incorporate a phoenix into the shape of an ‘E’ for ‘Empower’ and to use colors and typography that were bold
I worked with SipSavorSoul, a local catering and culinary instruction company, to rebrand their business. My focus was to simplify the design and use rich colors that remind one of food and wine. The new design incorporates the three S’s of SipSavorSoul in a more figurative way and maintains the heart and soul of the
I worked with a new local barbecue catering business, Cookie’s BBQ, to create a fiery and vivid website where customers can learn about how the company started, view the complete catering menu, see upcoming events, and even place orders online!
I designed the website for the new Akron night-life business, Eat Speak Love (ESL). Eat Speak Love partners with local food visionaries, artists, public speakers, and small businesses to provide their patrons with a new taste of Akron. My goal was to give ESL a platform to express who they are, what they do, and
In an effort to help our local businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic, I worked with my husband, Byron Delpinal to create SupportLocalAkron.com. The site gave Local Akron businesses a platform to showcase all the great products and services they still have to offer so that we could continue to support them in spite of the pandemic.
The goal of this project was to create a campaign website to inform the voters of Green on Gerard Neugbauer’s extensive political experience, goals for the city. It also served as a platform to sign up for yard signs, t-shirts, and make donations to his campaign. Since this was Neugebauer’s second mayoral campaign, I leveraged