If you don’t look good, we don’t look good. – Vidal Sassoon, 1976
Shout out to South-Shore business owners! With over 15 years of graphic design experience (see my portfolio page) , I can help you look good. Really good!
Whether you need a new snazzy business card or a service card (like mine below) for your business or even a poster to enhance your shop window or craft show table, I’m your gal!
Depending on the scope of the project, I can offer clients a flat rate or hourly rates. Just drop me a line here and let me know what you need.
My aim is to provide a turnkey graphic design shop for my clients, so get in touch with me and we can discuss your project and best of all, we will make it happen!
This is an image of my what my card will look like and yes, I cannot wait to receive them. Local shops and businesses on the South-Shore take note: you may be seeing this beauty in your post box very soon (if you’re lucky)!
Very proud of this article!
Building and nurturing interactions, loyalty and awareness for donors, volunteers as well as the public at large is the root of data collection.
Read the whole article here: http://www.phil.ca/your-database-is-crucial-to-your-success-why-not-give-it-some-tlc/
Anyone in the blogger / media / journalist realm interested in seeing a short presentation from the heads at Slyce on Oct. 30th in Montreal?
Possible meeting / interview with President Mark Elfenbien (Mood Media, Fun Technologies) and or Co-Founder Cameron Chell (BIG, FutureLink & UrtheCast). Let me know and I’ll hook you up with the organizers.
If you don’t already know Slyce (the want engine), see below for more info.
======= See it. Slyce it. Buy it. Slyce uses proprietary Visual Search technology that analyzes combinations of product attributes within an image to provide a search result. And the more your products are added to the system, the more accurate the search results get. Slyce doesn’t use barcodes or QR codes — the product itself is enough.
I think someone should wipe the graphic designer who created this with scissors….
Interesting stats came out today on eMarketer regarding the number of Canadians now using social media.
Canada boasts some of the world’s highest internet penetration and social networking usage rates. Social network users view social media as their online home—a hub for communication, entertainment and information.
Does this mean more brand engagement, increased ROI and larger online marketing budgets? Gosh I hope so!
Don’t get me wrong… it’s a wonderful ad but did ya notice the mic is OFF throughout the entire ad!
Now I have to check if they are all like that!
UPDATE: They are! Take a look at this TechCrunch article. Am I not understanding the pictogram? It means the mic is off right?