Tag Archives: web design
CLIENT: Graham Reynolds
MENIUM: Responsive Website Redesign; WordPress back-end; hand-drawn logo
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Is there an artist more important to Austin than Graham Reynolds? Only Richard Linklater ranks up there in my book. The way I measure their importance is not just the impact their work has on the city, but also the others they lift up with them. As one of my heroes, Ava DuVernay, says "If your dream only includes you, it's too small." Graham is generous with his talents, and his talents are generous. He is a composer, a band-leader, and plays a multitude of instruments. He likes destroying them. Designing his website was an honor. Graham had very specific…
CLIENT: Saving Face
MENIUM: Identity, Print, & Website
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: In a historic carriage house near downtown Austin, Ladyboss Brooke Nichol has been quietly dominating the botox game in Austin. Her philosophy is you that if you look good, you'll feel good, and you'll do good in the world. She is warm and beautiful, with a Mississippi drawl and manner makes you feel like you've known her for years. In our first meeting, we laughed as I told her the logo she'd been using since she opened reminded me of Truvy's hair salon in Steel Magnolias and while it did reflect her southern roots, it didn't covey the modern feel…
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This is the online showcase of the work and interests of Jennymarie Jemison, the owner and creative director of Five and Four. The work herein was created by Five and Four, which is Jennymarie and select collaborators. Favorite topics include work, life in Austin, film, and freelance success.