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Sep 11 2008

Colorburned Movable Type Design

Grant Friedman from Colorburned contacted me to translate his design ideas into a functional Movable Type theme for his website. Grant showcases his art and talents on his site, and he required some very specific functionality to bring his Movable Type blog to the level of portfolio and showcase for his artwork……

Aug 18 2008

Weblog Bahamas Typepad Design

We recently completed the new design for Weblog Bahamas, a Typepad powered blog by Rick Lowe, on topics related to the Bahamas, written by multiple Bahamian authors. Rick wanted a very simple, conservative design in a three column layout, as well as continue ability to utilize the very handy Typepad Widgets so he does not have to worry about tinkering with the template code in order to change the arrangments and elements in his …

Jul 17 2008

The Self Help Chick WordPress Custom Design

Kim, from The Self Help Chick blog, approached us at E.Webscapes for a brand new, custom design for her WordPress blog. On her blog, she provides insight and stories of her personal experiences with the self-help industry, including videos, written content, reviews and photos. Kim is a reader of my WordPress For Dummies book and was really excited to get started with her first WordPress blog – – and I was happy to help. . …

Apr 20 2008

The Psych Files Podcast Blog Design

Michael is a Psychology professor who provides a podcast for college students who are taking a psychology class, but also for anyone who is interested in how theories in psychology. His site, The Psych Files, is a blog design project recently completed by We, per the specifications Michale provided of his vision for his site……

Apr 17 2008

Blog Design: WonderSpot

Apr 16 2008

Blog Design: Bryan Morris Photography

Bryan, from Bryan Morris Photography recently launched his new blog to compliment his already-existing business site. He approached E.Webscapes to provide him with a custom design for his new WordPress blog, and we recently completed the new design and launched it for him. The main concern for this blog design was to accommodate the size of the photographs Bryan wanted to post on his site. . .…