Designs you can click on, read, swipe and share.
Your website is often the first impression a potential client has of your business, so it's essential that it accurately reflects what you do. If it doesn't, it's time to make changes.
The pandemic has brought about a significant shift towards conducting much of what was previously done in-person, online. In the past two years, I have assisted many businesses in adapting to this change. How this looks depends on what you offer your clients and how your business is changing.
My company, Veronica Van Gogh Design, is often hired to update clients' websites, which can range from a complete overhaul to a subtle refresh with new content.
I pride myself on my ability to understand your specific needs and deliver a website that exceeds your expectations. My expertise doesn't stop at just websites - I also specialize in print design, including postcards, books, signage, and even experimenting with unconventional materials like stickers and vinyl.
My focus is on creating visually stunning designs that communicate the message and the look that you want. Sometimes a client will ask for a hybrid of dwell magazine and Joseph Cornell shadow box. Or the next project will be more photo-based and tell personal stories about the company and their values.
As a creative web designer with over a decade of experience, I've had the opportunity to work with a wide range of clients. From architects to therapists to large international agencies and tech companies. I’ve worked with many different types of businesses.
If you like my work and feel we are creatively aligned, I look forward to hearing from you by email or text.
I like doing Public Art Projects.
like this one. It's a flat magnet that is 5 x 7.
100 magnets left for people to find on metal surfaces all over the East Bay