About: Beth Downey

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Rectifying Mistakes and Holding Myself Accountable

When we look at business owners, a lot of times we tend to think they’ve got it figured out. We see a lot of successes — but oftentimes don’t see the bad decisions that come into play. Every business owner makes them. I’ve made them & I make them more than I’ve ever discussed. Until Read More

New Work: Martha O’Bryan Center

Early in 2020, the Martha O’Bryan Center reached out. The organization, whose work focuses on empowering “children, youth, and adults in poverty to transform their lives through work, education, employment and fellowship,” had an existing website that they were requesting to be redesigned and built on WordPress for ease of content management. As well, they Read More

New Work: End The Syndemic Tennessee

The government’s role in public health work is important, but it’s not always sexy. We were tasked with building a website for the State of Tennessee to educate the public about preventable ailments and addictions. Tennessee already has a robust web presence in Tennessee.gov. So why create a separate site? The hope is to break Read More

New Work: Doug Hoekstra

Doug Hoekstra is an artist who shines across mediums as a singer-songwriter, visual artist and author. He had an existing website that needed some attention and updates. We added a new theme, reordered the menus to direct the viewer in a sensible path through the site and added structure and photos to generate visual interest. Read More

New Work: Stark Marketing

Bobby Stark launched Stark Marketing in mid-2020 and approached us to build his new company’s website. A veteran of the Nashville marketing scene, Stark focuses on the content side, and believes great storytelling is key to getting effective brand messaging out. We kept it simple: two pages to start, keeping most information on the home Read More

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