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Oct 4 2009

Nostalgia Organics : TypePad Blog Design

When Elea contacted E.Webscapes for her blog makeover, she knew exactly what she wanted – and Lisa met her design needs to a “t”! Nostalgia Organics Joyful Living Blog experienced a very nostalgic, very joyful design change when they chose us for their TypePad design needs.…

Feb 21 2009

Inside the Mind of Gloria Brame – Custom Typepad Design

A little disclaimer before we begin: this is NOT a site that is safe for work, kids, minors or anyone offended by topics of an adult nature. Now that we have disclaimers out of the way .. I recently launched the new design of Gloria Brame’s Typepad powered site at Inside the Mind of Gloria Brame – this is the second time I’ve designed her site, the first time was in 2002 – so she …

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 …

Dec 23 2007

Pond Supply Typepad Design

We finished up a custom blog design for Pond Supply Blog, which is Typepad powered blog written by PondMoose, who is a cartoon moose forced to blog away for the camera shy staff of (according to their online bio)……

Nov 24 2007

Being Belisi – Typepad Blog Design

I had the pleasure of completed yet another design in the Belisi Fashion network of blogs. This time around, I launched a new design for Peter Belisi’s own Being Belisi blog, powered by Typepad, using Typepad’s Advanced Template feature, and some branding elements from Belisi’s corporate branding……

Nov 24 2007

De Kookerij Typepad Design

The folks at De Kookerij wanted a very simple, clean and professional look for their Typepad powered site. They are using Typepad in an interesting way… by not using it as a blog, really – but more, as a website with several static pages. Although the blog portion is being used, it’s more of an accent to the site, rather than the focus……