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Community Outreach (Sort of)

Well, maybe it’s not the type of community outreach you were expecting, but I am helping a friend out.

My friend and previous client, Gina is currently undergoing an SEO project for one of her classes.

The goal of the project is to have Gina’s website rank #1 for the word “hydropackulicity” in May. To support her efforts, I am linking this post to her website: http://www.hydropackulicity-challenge.com.

You can also support Gina! Simply add http://www.hydropackulicity-challenge.com to your website!

Good luck, Gina!

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Just Finished

Just finished uploading about 250 images to the respective client galleries!

Check your inbox for your credentials needed to access your galleries and enter them here.

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Andrew’s Graduation Portraits

Andrew’s custom Graduation package included the design of Graduation Announcements, Thank You Cards, Return Address Labels, Specialized Envelopes, and last but not least, a portraits session.

Andrew Grad Portrait 1

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Design – Thank You’s

Have your invitations or graduation announcements? Need a follow-up in the form of a thank you?

You don’t have to settle for mediocrity! Upgrade to WSP’s design services! Don’t be treated like a number; get a fully custom design for your thank yous.

Just like my design strategy for grad announcements, all thank yous will be personalized to each client. In addition, I generally maintain continuity between multiple design items. This continuity is very helpful especially for making recognition across various types of representation easier. When someone sees design item A and then sees design item B, they automatically pick up on subtle similarities and likenesses. These patterns create deeper, longer-lasting meanings. If you’re developing a business and want to make your name known, there’s no better way!

Here’s a sample:



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