New Graphic for Church Media Page


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Church Media Page (Online Sermons) Graphic

Effective and clear communication in both written and graphical forms is essential for websites & blogs.  Visitors don’t stay around long enough to search through the vastness that engulfs many online sites today.

These final four graphics where design for a church media page, specifically for their online sermons.  The graphic was necessary, not only to identify the page for visitors but for a graphic that will embed into social media posts.

Colors came from branded color palette.


Images for Lent: Case Study

Mocks for LentDesign is a process. Rarely does the first thing that comes to mind end up as the final design.  In this case, the client, Holy Trinity Church, needed a graphic for the Season of Lent.  In talking with their pastor that oversees beauty, also an accomplished fine artist, I was given enough information to begin the search for an image.  The first image (top) I brought to the table turned out to be their choice.  That is not always the case.

The next step was to incorporate the copy (text) in a way that attracted attention yet did not distract from the image.  In the image to the right, you see just a few of the many options given.  We tried different fonts, color, gradations and locations for the copy. I won’t tell you which one they chose.  My suspicions is that many of you may chose a different one, and that’s okay.  It’s what design is all about.