Well friends, it may have taken me a long time, but I finally launched a new website for Andiamo. Phew.
I always counsel my clients that to stay relevant, you should update your website every 3-5 years – erring on the shorter side if you’re in a visual field. Well, like most business owners, I had fallen into a serious case of the cobbler’s shoes. It had been way longer than I’d like to admit since I redesigned my own website. Well, no more my friends. I have a fresh new website that reflects what Andiamo is today.
- Updated messaging to match how I’ve been selling Andiamo since my move back to my home town. I am a sole proprietor with strengths in branding, print and digital design with a side of illustration. My cultivated network of creative professionals are brought in to work on projects on a contract basis, as needed to fulfill the needs of any given creative marketing project.
- Updated branding – A couple years ago I redesigned my logo to work better in a Social Media space. Many of my clients have run into an issue of being invested in a logo that was developed before the popularity of social media exploded and does not represent well in a square space. I had the same issue and updated my old logo to play well in the medium. Since then I’ve been doing small changes – updated documents, business card, and now website to use the redesigned logo. I also have added the scalloped edge in the website to reflect the shape of my logo. All fun, all good, and expect to see further tweaks as time goes by.
- Updated list of services including Infographics, HTML emails and Overflow services
- Refreshed and indexed portfolio
So – glad that’s done! Next time I won’t let it go so long. (Famous last words!)