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Monthly Archives: August 2008

Moving…

Over the Labor Day weekend while people are out having fun…I will be moving. From a 3rd floor walk-up to a 3rd floor walk-up. I’m at the mercy of Comcast when I will have internet, so bear with me and hopefully I’ll be connected again soon! All emails and any templates purchased will be sent […]

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Logo: Leslie Brown Photography

Isn’t it cool that Leslie’s initials form into a heart? Leslie wanted to use her initials, but attach them in a unique way, and we’ve done just that. Love using pink in a logo as well. I’ll be creating a blog header for her also, so stay tuned for Leslie’s new blog.

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Building on a brand

Modern is the new black. I just love the clean sleek lines in this design, inspired by the logo that Becky of Abernathy Photographics came to me with. By pulling in a lemon-lime to pop her existing colors, a great branding color scheme was born! I designed letterhead, a business card, and a note card […]

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2008 Holiday Cards are HERE!

I’m so excited to introduce two new collections, “Contemporary Christmas” and “Hello Holidays”. In typical Designs by Taz fashion, these card templates are fresh, colorful and will showcase your photography beautifully.   Each collection features 10 designs. “Contemporary Christmas” has 10 front designs, and “Hello Holidays” has 5 fronts and 5 insides, perfect for those […]

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Vacation…

Just a heads up, I’ll be out of the office next weekend – taking off for a 3 day weekend on the Cape. All current clients will have concepts or final files in their hands Friday afternoon. I’ll answer all emails Tuesday when I return :)

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Holiday Cards Debut Soon!

I am busy finishing up my 2008 holiday card collections, but I had to show a sample of what I’ve been working on because I am IN LOVE with the fresh colors. I’m also designing matching phrases for some of the collection to coordinate the look for press printed cards. These will officially be for […]

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