Greetings! It’s about time we updated around here and let everyone in on what’s going on in Moxieville.
You may have noticed we’ve not updated the portfolio in a while. Not because we’ve not done anything new – on the contrary, we’ve been super busy! – just too busy focusing on our clients to dedicate time to our own website. That is all going to change by our 8th anniversary, though, so keep following and by Valentine’s Day, you should see a whole new Moxie Design Studios—complete with a fresh, totally awesome portfolio, some new features and if everything goes according to plan, new services.
We have, however, done some lovely work in the past several months, which we’d like to highlight for you right now!
- Annette McCleave, Paranormal Romance Author
site redesign, rebranding from historical romance to paranormal romance, migration from Expression Engine CMS to WordPress, development
- Brand-Girl.com, the Branding Blog of Barbara Kwasnicki
site design, development and extensive customization in WordPress.
- Brevidia.com, Online Workforce Learning
site design based on existing client logo, development in Expression Engine CMS, extensive customization, SEO optimization
- Diaries of a Fruitcake, a Community for Half Baked World Ministries
site design, development in WordPress. character illustrations by Cynthia Frenette
- EagleDawg.net, the Winner of 2009’s Boobiethon/Moxie Design Studios giveaway!
site design only, development by Emtwo Web Studios, illustration by Cynthia Frenette
- FibreSpace.com, a fabulous knitting boutique and online store from my peeps in Alexandria, VA
site design, development in WordPress, extensive customization, XSilva e-commerce design/development
- FlipThisWholesaler.net, a house-flipping blog
dual site design (changes on refresh), development in WordPress
- Handcrafted Alexandria, a collective of Alexandria, VA businesses providing handcrafted goods
site design based on existing client brand, extensive customized development in Expression Engine CMS
- Inkspiration Station, a rubber stamp, scrapbooking and craft blog
site design, development in WordPress. Illustrations by Cynthia Frenette
- iSugarCoated.com, a dating advice blog
site design, development in WordPress
- Looped Yarn Works, another fantastic knitting shop in Washington, D.C.
logo touch-up, site design, development in Expression Engine CMS, e-commerce
- Matilda444.com, a personal blog from a lovely, long-time client
site redesign, migration from Expression Engine CMS to WordPress, development
- Off Your Plate, design and project management
logo design, site design, development in Expression Engine CMS
- Photobooth Rentals of New Mexico, a photobooth rental company (NEW!)
rebranding, logo design, site re-design, development in Expression Engine CMS. Illustrations by Cynthia Frenette
- RidesAlaska.org, the Central Area Rural Transit System
redesign and development in Expression Engine CMS
- StickyGooeyCreamyChewy.com, an incredibly delicious food blog
site redesign, logo design, migration from Blogger to WordPress, development
- TasteWithTheEyes.com, another yummy food blog
re-brand, redesign, migration from Blogger to WordPress, development
- The Desert Lily Inn, a beautiful B&B and Cabin Rental property in the Joshua Tree Highlands
redesign, development in Expression Engine CMS, SEO optimization
- The DIL Society, an exclusive community for daughters-in-law (NEW!)
branding, logo design, site design, development in Expression Engine CMS. illustrations by Cynthia Frenette
- The Gay Love Coach, a gay relationship therapist
rebrand, site design, logo design, development in WordPress
There are more, actually… but I didn’t want to bore you. And these are just some I’ve done — we’ve not even scratched the surface of Kathy’s list yet. So even though our portfolio hasn’t been formally updated, as you can see… we’ve been busy betties!
We’re really looking forward to displaying our clients more robustly on our new site and featuring them even more prominently. We just need to find a moment to schedule ourselves as our own client, which I’m sure is something to which you can probably relate.
Want to work with us in 2011? We highly recommend filling out our Request for Proposal ASAP, as our schedules do fill up and we’re already booking for January. Drop us a line—no project goes unnoticed, so we welcome your inquiries. We want to hear about your great ideas and help make them happen for you.