Category Archives: New Work

New Work: Tile Roofing

Written on June 18, 2020 at 1:00 am, by

In 2019, we were approached to develop a complete overhaul of the website for Tile Roofing, a one-stop information hub for the Tile Roofing Alliance, an organization “dedicated to building awareness of both clay and concrete roof tile’s benefits, providing technical expertise, and offering training and certification for code-approved tile roof installation.” It would be Read More

New Work: The Runaway Spoon

Written on June 9, 2020 at 1:30 am, by

Memphian Perre Magness has been writing about food for many years. An accomplished cook, her website, The Runaway Spoon, had design that needed a refresh and needed a few updates to give visitors a better user experience. Perre had a few simple requests: she wanted the website to have a more contemporary design, add printable Read More

New Work: Rural and Progressive

Written on June 4, 2020 at 11:30 am, by

Rural and Progressive covers progressive topics as they relate to rural communities as told by progressive Georgia activist Katherine Cummings. Katherine shines a light on environmental and healthcare issues as they relate to the population of rural areas while keeping abreast of the goings-on in her state legislature in Georgia. Permelia Media gave the Rural Read More

New Work: Werthan Lofts Environmental Signage

Written on May 26, 2020 at 8:29 pm, by

The Problem: The Werthan Lofts community had signage in place from when the property was converted from a factory to condos in 2004. In early 2019, the gate entry system was updated to a new ButterflyMX entry system and the signage needed to reflect the location of the entry boxes for visitors and delivery people. Read More

A Little Photoshop Before & After

Written on August 26, 2019 at 8:50 pm, by

It dawned on me recently that I’ve been working with Adobe Photoshop since 1997. I recall very well the days before Photoshop had layers and the massive pain it was to save a version before making any changes to how I edited a file. The good old days weren’t so good. Flash forward 22 years: Read More

New Work: Balance & Breathe Yoga Logo

Written on May 6, 2019 at 9:09 pm, by

We were honored to be asked to create a logo for Balance and Breathe Yoga, a new yoga studio in Gallatin, TN. Balance & Breathe Yoga is owned by Megan Wage, a yogi with five years of teacher training experience, who is also owner of NashvilleSUP and Yoga. Needless to say if you practice flow Read More