Did I mention we did a site for Havana Jorrin, the wonderful realtor here in Ithaca who helped us find our first home? She is so, so great and it’s an honor to be the one who got to make her website. If you or anyone you know is embarking on the home ownership journey, […]
This site is so out of date — sorry y’all! We’re working on the new design, and it’s pretty detailed so it’s taking a while. In lieu of a real update, here are some links to recent-ish WordPress websites we’ve done. Strength in Numbers Consulting (did the logo here too) Camp Earth Connection (did this […]
Hey! I’m now blogging at TheEutopian.com. I post a lot of things I get from radical and progressive mailing lists and contacts, and am going to continue to add activist art and resources to it. I really appreciate feedback, including criticisms. Thank you, peace!
We made the logo for Black Folk Don’t… and have been doing web updates for a while now, but boy were we excited to recently get the opportunity to give its WordPress some extra attention. We gave it a clean new drag-and-drop theme by Themify, making literally everything on the site editable with just a […]
We are very proud to have designed a new logo and website for Civic Ensemble, an amazing local theatre company, partly for trade. Thanks, CE, for bringing us in! This site features a drag-and-drop theme by Themify, a video-ready slider, and social networking integration. Thanks to all the brilliant programmers at WordPress and Themify and […]
Shira and I have been working with a local time banking effort for quite a while now, which is just about to enter an active recruitment phase. Here’s a simple little WordPress I put together for them, using the free Pytheas theme by WPExplorer. It serves as a portal to time banking software developed by […]
Here’s a new Tumblr I set up for Tompkins County Workers Center, to go with the site we made for them. And here’s a new site for Rabbi Sid Schwarz, which I helped him to finish and launch. I didn’t do the design work except for the slideshow — my work was mostly in integrating […]
We’re blogging elsewhere and haven’t been updating this one much! Here’s where to find the action: Sustainability: Empowered: Power from the People Animal rights: Living a Vegan Life in Ithaca Economic justice and sharing culture: Share Tompkins
Recently I started offering portraits – here are two new ones! Thanks to Karen and Kimber for commissioning these.
A lot of things have broken lately – our car, twice, on our way back from a roadtrip, and our plumbing (thank you Drain Brain!!), and Shira’s computer, which is headed into the shop tomorrow for some diagnostics. Our site (and our email) were down earlier this week due to our wonderful host, May First, […]keep looking »