Do you need a blog?

Posted by on Jan 8, 2013 in Articles, Blog | 0 comments

I know how busy we get with work and family it’s not easy to set time aside to write a blog article. Not only does it take the peace and focus to get into your head space (ask any writer about that!), but you need a topic, yes? Before we go there, let’s go here. Firstly, what purpose is the blog fulfilling. If you answer yes to any of these then you should consider writing a blog: I know a lot about my industry and I have helpful tips and information I can share. I want to keep my website content fresh and appealing. I have...

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Alberta Golf Course Gets Digital Makeover

Posted by on Mar 31, 2011 in Blog, Coming soon | 0 comments

Working in conjunction with another developer; a new website and brand is being developed for a popular golf course located in Alberta. We were hired to create a logo and consistent branding for the website. More project details coming soon…

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Benefitious Starts Project to Promote Autobiography

Posted by on Mar 31, 2011 in Blog, Coming soon | 0 comments

In order to promote an upcoming autobiography, Benefitious was brought on board to design website graphics on a WordPress site. The website displays the book summary, contents and contact information for the soon-to-be-published autobiography of John Christensen; The 13th Rope. Update: April 2011 We finished the book title along with website graphics to showcase the upcoming publication of John Christensen’s autobiography. Visit the website to read the book summary:...

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Great Websites Have Great Copy

Posted by on Mar 29, 2011 in Articles, Blog | 0 comments

Setting aside the design elements – the colours, the fonts, the animated graphics, and the video players – what are websites, really? Pages of text, that’s what. Copy. Large portions of most websites’ real estate are dedicated to words. The quality of writing on your site, then, is at least as important as the quality of the design. Professionally written, purposeful, honest text that is free from errors should be the minimum standard, but unfortunately, the medium usually gets more attention than the message. Creating...

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