It’s been a busy – and long – busy season! Thanks to everyone who has entrusted us with their marketing. We’ve had a lot of fun with some interesting new print projects and websites, as well as a lot of website conversions, updates and feature additions. Follow us on Facebook if you would like to see snapshots of work highlights as projects are completed. There are fewer faces here in the kennel (aka office) these days. As beachdogs have left for tastier kibble, we’ve been replacing their talents with a robust group of independent partners. Ironically enough, most of these folks have been with us longer than any employees; so much for the illusion of faces in offices equating stability! We will always be the managers of your projects, ensuring every detail is completed to our standards. This model brings costs down because we’re only paying for people while they’re doing what they do best. It also widens our offerings as we hire project-based talent of a caliber we could not afford to keep on staff. It’s why we’ve been able to do some fun, new stuff this Spring and Summer! Keleigh has been our Alpha Dog for more than 15 years now and is involved with every project that is produced here at beachdog.com. The wonderful Wendy remains our Jack Russell of All Trades and is the smiling voice you’ll usually hear when you phone. Keith is retired for the most part but we do drag him back from time to time when his gifts are needed. The rest of the time, he’s our maintenance man, the lucky guy. Regardless the project or which team members are leveraged to bring it to excellent completion, each runs through our quality control process, ensuring you always get the best. If you have any questions, give us a call or zap us a note. We look forward to YOUR next project! P.S. For those of you following the dogs of beachdog.com… We lost Lilly recently, at 13 years old. Considering she came to us at 6-1/2 with an expected life span of 7, we’re overjoyed with the gift of her longevity…and sad to lose her regular hugs. She joins our founding dog, Kara, across the rainbow bridge. The irrepressible Minnie and sensitive Perdita are both doing great and it’s been amusing to watch them divvy up what they perceived as Lilly’s jobs around the office. Minnie will try her paw this summer as a donation dog for our local no-kill shelter. Lilly will undoubtedly be whispering to her along the way.
WEB: New websites, overhauls, conversions, custom code, fixing website problems –we're the geeks that get it done!
AVAILABILITY: Now is a great time to plan projects and get them scheduled. Completing a conversation and a few resulting tasks makes things go much more quickly when your project is our focus. Bring it! firstname.lastname@example.org or 360/214.9235.
PRINT: Layout, design, ad sales: we manage print projects large and small. We're your go-to when you need business cards, brochures, rack cards, bookmarks, car magnets, stickers/decals, a museum display, envelopes, labels, ad-supported programs, catalogs ––anything you can dream that gets printed.
AVAILABILITY: There's always room to squeeze in small projects! We have a limited number of larger project slots available this year; let's chat. email@example.com or 360/214.9235.
GRAPHICS: Logo development, converting art to a new format, redrawing old/inferior art, elements to match an existing design, design items for you to have created/printed --whatever you need created professionally and digitally, from research through execution and delivering multiple file formats.
AVAILABILITY: We can almost always fit in jobs of under 1 hour. For larger jobs, get in touch so we can look at the schedule together. firstname.lastname@example.org or 360/214.9235.
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