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Work

Projects in progress

Last week, I lamented my work load on Twitter: (You can follow @StyleSample for real-time updates--most of the time I'm not so complain-y, I swear.) Between the new issue of Style Sample magazine (out tomorrow!), Style Tour reviews, and a few other projects, my eyes are crossed from staring at page layouts and Wordpress admin screens. Good thing I love this stuff! Here's a peek at some of the things I've been working on:...

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How to: Design a simple business card

I returned from the IFB Conference with a stack of business cards, which I thought was fantastic. If you have a blog, a website, or especially a business (no matter how small), you should have business cards. While they seem like a holdover from simpler times, there are a few reasons why handing a small square piece of paper to a potential client, contact, or friend is still an...

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How to create a simple text logo

Reading this post on Before&After reminded me of something that's been bugging me lately: bad logos. [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="450" caption="No! Bad logo!"][/caption] Look at number 5. Now look away quickly, then look again. Yep. Chalk it up to my typographic tendencies, but I've noticed that many solopreneurs and small business owners take one of two paths: Scenario 1: They get excited about their products and/or services and try to fit information about everything they ...

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Free software services for productivity

I use a lot of free software as a service applications to do everything from create and manage documents, to publish Style Sample magazine. I love free stuff, so if it looks interesting and doesn't cost money, I'll try it!  Here are some of my favorites: Google Apps You can use Google Apps to create and manage documents, develop free websites, create embeddable forms, and if you own your own domain name, manage your email. So instead...

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