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Client Spotlight – Aurora Estella Doula Services Logo

Aurora Estella Design Process | Jenn Wells Design

The Client

Rachel came to me wanting to brand her new doula business entirely from scratch. We discussed her mission statement and target market – to make doula services available to everyone, including younger moms-to-be and those with a lower income. And then we talked visuals – what fonts and colors she likes, hates, or thinks would best represent her business, and what kind of feel she wanted the business to have. We decided to aim for something a little warmer and more comfortable to reinforce her goal of accessibility.

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Client Spotlight – Mosho Website Design Process

Mosho Investigative Group website design process | Jenn Wells Design

The Client

Mosho Investigative Group needed a new website design. The old one was outdated and incomplete, and MIG’s owner was looking for something that would better showcase his services. He was also looking for a more professional feel, the ability to handle future maintenance on his own, and a method to create password-protected pages.

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Deanna Zions’ Art – Website Design Process

Blog Title - design process for Deanna Zions' Art website

At the risk of sounding cheesy, I am very excited to share this website with you!  Dianna Zions is a local artist and does some absolutely gorgeous things with antiques, cameos, and shadowboxes.  Being lucky enough to know her personally, I had a head start with the project.  For example: the color scheme was never anything but red, black and cream.

Enveste Real Estate – Website Design Process

Blog Title - client design process for Enveste Real Estate website

John Matthews recently plunged into both entrepreneurship AND the real estate market.  Finding himself in possession of several properties, John realized he needed a website Enveste Real Estate to entice renters and provide information about his business.

1. Logo

Enveste Real Estate logo design

Frequently with web design projects, logos become almost an afterthought, which is unfortunate but not terribly surprising given the much larger scope of the project.  While I designed a couple different logos to go with each web design option, I knew from the beginning that this was my favorite and Matthews ended up making the same choice.

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