7421 Central Business Park Dr.
Project: After re-creating the Angel Care logo as a vector image, our first project was to re-design and print the Angel Care brochure.
From there we moved to redesigning the website, the business cards, and adding additional marketing pieces such as rack cards and, because their business is growing by leaps and bounds, recruiting fliers.
We’ve also boosted their web traffic through various SEO techniques as well as including a video on the front page.
Here’s what owner Joyce Elliott had to say:
“Valerie is extremely talented when it comes to computers. This includes web designs. She has been my first choice when it comes to printing and creative design of my business tools. I have recommended Valerie to several of my business contacts. She has a great work ethic and is prompt in delivery of your needs.“
–Joyce, Angel Care Private Duty Nursing Services, LLC
Yorba Linda, California
Project: Develop a 4-part website. In addition to basic information this side includes an online store, a forum where visitors can post information about military members they want to honor, and a prayer board.
We started with a text logo of the website name in red, white and blue to target the patriotic demographics of site visitors. The site was then developed using the same basic color scheme, with a brassy yellow as an accent (as one would see on a military uniform).
In addition to the website, we produced business cards, magnets and postcards that included a list of dates to fly the American flag.
3881 Bridge Rd.
Project: Developed a website and online store which represents the “country feel” of this Suffolk, Virginia gourmet market and deli.
100 S. Broad Street
Project: Development of new logo for this Suffolk, Virginia massage studio, in keeping with the owner’s preference of style, shape and color.
Developed multiple marketing pieces for direct mail, trade shows, and printed directories, as well as the studio’s website. Helped develop an email marketing campaign to augment the traditional postal mail campaigns.
711 Helen Avenue
Project: Re-skinned content from an existing website to match the new corporate identity. Involved reverse-engineering the site structure.
Implemented a lead capture system, complete with autoresponder.
Here’s what owner Marc Coplon had to say:
“I must say if you have a need for a web designer this is the person to go with. When ever I have something to change I just ask and it appears. She has what it takes to help your business.”
–Marc, Practice Management & Recovery Solutions
496 Woodlake Rd.
Project: Designed and created a website based on the company logo used by this Virginia Beach handyman company, incorporating features and colors requested by the client.
Redesigned the business card to include more information in an easy-to-read design, and saved the client money in the process!