Baker Editing Services, began volunteering at local children’s hospitals and charity events, dressed as various beloved princesses and superheroines. Over time, she has grown the visits into a small business and also relocated to Okinawa, Japan. In need of a little marketing push, she contacted us to work up a quick website for her. The result, princesspartiesoki.com, is straightforward, clean, responsive, and fun.
Janie Shaver Memorial Quilt Auction by Master’s Manna, was the documentation of over thirty beautiful quilts of wildly varying sizes. I, along w quilters Carol Hotz and Jeanne Fitzgerald, assisted local photographer William Barnes with the careful handling and hanging of each work. After a bit of photo processing, I worked up some copyediting and designed the auction catalog. The layout is clean and minimal to highlight the amazing quality and colors of each piece.
First Annual Janie Shaver Memorial Quilt Auction. It was posted September 28 and will be up for three weeks. You can find it driving down I-91S, between exits 14 and 13 – on the left side of the highway. The colors are high contrast and the text simple and straightforward so as to make the most memorable and actionable impact when you speed along at 65 mph!
Baker Editing Services was the *first official* Fruit Salad Studios design client in 2007. A simple flyer layout led to a logo design, then a no-nonsense website. The site was then updated in 2012 and is currently on the docket for another overhaul to freshen its image and add the necessary mobile-ready responsive design for an international audience. I’m so excited at how Baker Editing Services has grown and look forward to helping along the way!
Master’s Manna, a local food pantry/resource center, since 2009. After an eye-catching tri-fold brochure design, a run of letterhead and envelopes, and a few significant moves and expansions to their facilities, they were in need of a slight branding makeover. Cheryl Tzcinski [CEO] was looking for something NOT corporate-feeling, a visual to convey the hands-on approach to their work, and above all else, the cross that signifies the purpose behind all they do. The logo and initial branding was designed and implemented in 2012, and the board was recently updated slightly to reflect some of their current technical needs.
The Studios at 55, was in need of a simple black and white advertisement for various local fundraiser booklets. This solid black piece really pops against a sea of whites and greys, garnering The Studios at 55 the attention they deserve.