This year’s Give Back Cincinnati Fall Feast 2013 on Thanksgiving morning was an amazing event. I’ve been volunteering my design, photographic and video skills to the organization since 2008. Every year it keeps getting better and I’m proud of Cincinnati for putting this event on. Great seeing the smiles from all the people it helps and all those who volunteer. Read More
I’ve been volunteering my design services to Give Back Cincinnati’s Fall Feast since 2008. I’m continuing this year with design for posters, flyers, website updates and marketing. I love the event and hope to continue my involvement.
Here’s a new poster for this year’s Coat Drive.
If you have an older coat or one (or more) you don’t wear anymore please consider donating to this year’s Coat Drive.
Additionally, why not plan on coming out for this year’s event on November 28th, Thanksgiving Day, at the Duke Energy Convention Center. The doors open at 10am. You can register to volunteer by going to fallfeast.org where we hope to have updated volunteer information soon.
I’ve been setting up an E-Commerce WordPress site for a client and learning the ropes of WooCommerce. First off, it’s great! But I’m definitely winging it on this one and one aspect is enabling Paypal payments for my client.
Fortunately, I ran into this great tutorial here to help get your sandbox account setup and running. Won’t take you more than 5 minutes to configure, but saved me some time of having to learn it on my own.
Spent the day photographing interiors for my client, LM Design Group. Was great to see their work and very proud to have the chance to help them show it off. Here are some of my favorites from the day:
I’ve been working with Brennan Electric, LLC to develop a new website over the past couple of months. The issue they ran into was that their WordPress installation of their previous site was hacked. This effectively left them with no presence on the web and they had no one supporting them. Once I got into the system I discovered that malicious files were installed and ultimately we had to scrap the whole thing.
I chose the GoodWork theme for their use. I generally will do a screen shot of the theme and enter client relevant images and content using Photoshop before I make the purchase. The client loved it and after a couple of short weeks the site was done.