Law Website Re Design

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Front Page

Again, I (3 Penguins Design) had the great pleasure of collaborating with Andy at AJ Design.

Typical Page

Typical Page

This time it was a law website re design for a law firm in South Carolina. This successful firm had a functional website but it was in need of a complete re-design.

Due to the number of attorneys on staff and the comprehensive areas of law practiced, they need an easily navigated website so potential clients could quickly find what they were looking for.  In doing this we created drop-down menus in various categories and cross-referenced pages on the site.

Despite being a rather large site, finding your way is quite easy.

Billboard Design

Image Editing Billboard Design 3 Penguins DesignBillboard Design: It’s always fun to work on something new so when I (3 Penguins Design) received a call from Andy at AJ Design to collaborate on a billboard, I jumped at the opportunity. I’ve done large print format projects before but never a billboard.

On this particular project I was in charge of editing the images. All the photos needed the athletes masked out so that Andy could composite them.

Credits:
Photography: Michael Dropps
Image Editing: 3 Penguins Design
Compositing and Layout: AJ Design
Art Direction: Debbie Turner

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.

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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.