If anyone needs any help in creating or distributing podcasts, give me a ring! I’ve been working on a couple lately, and learning a ton. Prayers for Da Bears is my brother’s NFL football related podcast and Doc Talks Stats is my friend David’s basketball stats podcast and video series. Figured out how to get added to iTunes, use some collaborative sound editing software, setup AWS for podcasts, and more. It’s more challenging than it seems!
My friend Anabel asked me to do a little illustration for her band El Consumption in a Sailor Jerry style. It was pretty fun to do. I didn’t take it to final-final form because they didn’t need it (and it was a freebie). I did a poster for them as well, and a little rough piece of concept art that was interesting but we didn’t end up using.
I’m getting pretty good at deploying WordPress installs on very, very competitive budgets. Sun West has a nice, responsive site ready to rock in about 10 days from start to finish.
I finished HSTSolar last week, so this week I polished off Identity3.com, for my good pal and colleague Glenna, who is currently my favorite person in the world for the steady stream of work she’s provided during this, the winter/spring of my freelancer-hood. Her site has a nice polished feel, and is integrated with Salesforce and Constant Contact. We worked together on content and SEO, and I also helped with the design of her logo and style.
Also, if you need any green energy or solar marketing done, she’s the person to get connected with. She’s about the most tireless and determined person I’ve ever worked with.
Just week before last I finished off a nice site build for a client, based on WordPress and integrated with Constant Contact. The job was complicated when I had to adjust the original URL in the middle of the process, but keep the old email addresses running, but it came off without a hitch. HSTSolar.com is live! I helped them out with the look and feel of their logo as well as some alternate configurations to fit better in LinkedIn and other sites.