While working on an html email design for a client, I was playing with curly quotes to add some extra interest and got to wondering which fonts other people love for their curly quotes. So I asked on Twitter and … Continue reading
I’ve been working under The Write Exposure name since 2000. Originally, I was doing a lot of ghost writing for client newsletters. Within about 6 months, I’d moved into HTML email newsletter design.
By 2001, the business was more than 50% design, but by then I was attached to the business name. I had business cards, after all .
So, I continued building a business called The Write Exposure. But, the name proved hard to spell over the phone, so I registered DesignDoodles.com so that I could give people an alternate, easy-to-spell name. Continue reading
Newsletter archive website, we designed the two-column layout to offer both advertising for sale (directly from the site publisher) and to run Google ads. Site is updated weekly and makes use of several excellent plugins and decorative drop cap functionality.
The … Continue reading
Lisa Evans had purchased a blog theme (from another company) but she wasn’t quite happy with it and wanted some customizations.
She contacted us to make the look of the template her own. One thing she knew was that she wanted … Continue reading
The Brand Dame is Lyn Chamberlin’s branding blog built in WordPress. She connects with readers on a regular basis delivering news related to personal and professional branding.
Lyn wanted an unique illustrated header, so we worked with the illustrator of her … Continue reading
One column theme designed in WordPress. Made extensive use of plugins to protect against spam and to facilitate commenting and social bookmarking. Site made several thousand dollars in sales in the 30 days that it was active (with about 100 … Continue reading
Dianna Huff, a marketing communications copywriter, wanted to start a blog to build her reputation online and in the social networking arena. Since we’d designed her HTML email newsletter, she also asked us to create her blog. Using WordPress, we … Continue reading