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Conference Banner

May 15, 2014

My husband works with his old roomate’s company Novak Solutions. They design integrations for Infusionsoft, an email marketing company.  Jacob’s role in the company is pretty non-specific. He works on a lot of aspects of the business, including code, ads, videos, social media, and newsletters. I’m happy to say his graphics skills have increased because of it. I love helping him when he gets too deep into Photoshop or Illustrator and gets a little lost. Here is one of our team projects.

This April, Infusionsoft had a large conference, and Jacob jetted off to Arizona to attend and push their integrations. We had to design a few banners for the company’s booth. I am pretty comfortable using the appearances menu and transformations as well. However, I never used “expand appearance” before. This makes the editable changes applied via the appearances menu permanent. And it was the only way to make the pattern clipped to the banner size. The banner was about 10 feet wide, so the design needed to be just right.

So Jacob’s vision for how the logo would be patterned and my experience using the tranform menu plus a little new knowledge gave us a great final product! I love it when an assignment leads to new knowledge and pretty endings.


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Child of God Crown

December 29, 2012

The new primary theme for 2013 is “I am a Child of God”. What a sweet theme. My newsletter for the primary in 2012 contained a simple CTR logo so I wanted to come up with something similarly simple for this year. Children of God are naturally royal, hence my inspiration. Enjoy!


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Graduate Student Assembly Logo Contest

January 25, 2012

Here at Yale, our Graduate Student Assembly was hunting for a new logo. I took a stab at it. My logos were not chosen from the contest. But I thought I would share them anyway.





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Front Page

August 17, 2010

I have too many websites.  Jacob and I are brainstorming a new one that is a handy camping trip list maker.  We were wondering if we should buy a new domain for it but then just thought maybe we could attach it to one of our main ones.  An entry page is a good way to connect all my sites, so I designed a front page with links to all my various sites.  Jacob cut it up and coded it for me.  So now I have a portal. Yay.  It can be found at

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Blogger Updated FTW

July 22, 2010

Jacob lives (and by lives I mean blogs) by wordpress. It is quite easy for him to host it and edit it yada yada. Well, I, on the other hand, began my blogging adventures in the blogger-sphere. I can’t say I’m proud but it was just easier. But editing a theme was killer. Who seriously remembers HTML from their web-site building class in middle school? Other than my husband that is… Anyway, they just loaded a template editor which is very blogger-friendly even if you don’t know code. Lots of pretty colors and backgrounds and completely customizable. And I realized (as Jacob showed me) that CSS isn’t that difficult to edit in. So I learned a few bits and pieces of code and off I went. Like a madwoman.

I whipped up a quick background but Jacob demanded that I make a new header. “Anything is better than naked helvetica.” And so it is.  So I put up this header.  Go check it out at

Jacob put the finishing touch on by making me a favicon. I love my new blog!

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