Being Freed
Being Freed
Being Freed

My websites

Seattle Science Writer

Sally asked me to update her blog design and add new pages to announce her fellowship with Seattle Town Hall. Pulling colors from her fern picture, we kept the same fonts she had been using and restructured the pages for a fresher, clean look.

Jeffrey Designs

Jeffrey needed a website to act as a portfolio and point of contact, and I designed this site to match his existing branding. This simple site includes a portfolio with images that dance around each other. A downloadable resume and direct contact form round out the site.

Olympic Oasis Dive

Katherine asked for an image-rich site to advertise her scuba- and hiking-themed Airbnb. From pictures of the house, we developed the vibrant color scheme and logo. With photos from local divers and links to local dive and hike sites, we built an exciting and interactive site.

Bottom Dwellers

This club wanted to completely redesign their logo and website, so I combined the giant pacific octopus with the pride flag for a new mascot, customized the font for their name, and added a dive flag in the background as a frame. Simple, local, iconic.

S*P*M

This membership organization needed a re-draw of their existing logo and a new website. I designed the new site around colors and shapes in the logo, adding custom-built images of tools that the members use in their everyday work along with pictures of the members and their work.

Half Baked Homestead

Amy and Brian are active on social media, inviting friends to follow along as they improve their land. Their web designer disappeared and they asked me to re-build their site and keep it updated. Duplicating the design, I freshened the colors to match their logo.

YSS Dive Charters

This client knows her way around WordPress but didn’t have time to set up a new site. We worked together as I built the site for her and she now updates and maintains it herself.

Theatre of Freed

Last but not least…

I love building websites, but sometimes I like to make sawdust so I build more physically tangible items like theatre props and furniture. Here, you can see my own portfolio website which introduces my theatre props and fine woodworking.

Corporate Identity

Some clients arrive at my doorstep with a design structure in place.  I’m happy to incorporate your existing branding to make your site match. 

If you’re starting from scratch, though, I’m here to help you build your look.  Choosing fonts and colors, designing a logo, and creating a visual corporate identity is something I like helping my clients with.  Take a look at Seattle Science Writer, Olympic Oasis Dive, or Bottom Dwellers websites to see three different types of design systems I’ve built in collaboration with my clients. 

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Corporate Identity

Some clients arrive at my doorstep with a design structure in place.  I’m happy to incorporate your existing branding to make your site match. 

If you’re starting from scratch, though, I’m here to help you build your look.  Choosing fonts and colors, designing a logo, and creating a visual corporate identity is something I like helping my clients with.  Take a look at Seattle Science Writer, Olympic Oasis Dive, or Bottom Dwellers websites to see three very different design systems I’ve built in collaboration with my clients. 

Olympic Oasis dive logo - a rough oval of orange, white, and aqua. The top of the oval depicts the Olympic Mountains in Washington State, and the bottom depicts the sea. The words, "Olympic Oasis" lay over the top.
This new logo design complements the Airbnb owner's color scheme and incorporates the Olympic mountains where the business is located.
Society of Props Managers Logo
Their name change meant that their S*P*A*M logo needed to become S*P*M. I was able to remove the A from their old logo and adjust the composition to make the change they needed without disrupting brand recognition.
A logo for By the Bi podcast, with two people holding hands, one of them winking. The logo is rendered in the colors of the bisexuality flag, bright pink, purple, and blue.
I designed a secondary logo to complement their existing logo, blending existing elements with new ones.
Bottom Dwellers Scuba Club logo
This is a brand new design, including logo, to replace an outdated look. I combined the iconic giant pacific octopus with the rainbow flag, customized the name Bottom Dwellers, and added a dive flag in the background to create a logo any Pacific Northwest diver would appreciate.
Davis Funny Farm logo
This new logo design reflects the owner's whimsy and love of purple 😉
Theatre of Freed logo - "You never know what'll happen here." Rendered in dark, dark blue and dark, dark maroon with a grey background. Very subtly in the background are two question marks that mimic the theatrical comedy tragedy masks.
Here I am: a Jill of all trades. This is my sneaky way to show you not only one of my portfolio websites, but also the work I've done in theatre and furniture design.