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Check out some of my awesome clients. I work with fun and engaging scholars, faculty and grad students like you.

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Looking for writing samples? My articles and publications are hosted on my personal website.

Looking for a specific type of content? Email me for my writing portfolio.

Looking for testimonials from my webinars or workshops? Check out Training.

Visit my course to see what people are saying about Cross-Platform Social Media for Academics.

I’m a pretty good example of my own work. I do all my own design

Your website is meant to highlight both your work and you as a person.

Check out my personal website and social accounts to learn more about me.

How it all got started: a website for the person I love

I started my company to help my fiancé communicate his research as he went on the academic job market.

A personal academic website that can follow him to industry, and a social media strategy to network professionally.

English department ready to join social media, and website copy

With new accounts and many programs to highlight, the University of Louisiana at English Department needed systems in place moving forward.

Jennifer was part of the 1st professional writing team and focused on website and social media strategy.

The 2-page website this new PhD student can grow with

Hannah wasn’t sure if she needed a website because she wasn’t sure how to highlight her writing as someone just starting to publish.

Having a website to direct readers and potential editors to who helps her look as established as her craft deserves.

Art critic website for teaching, publications, and speaking engagements

This long-time art critic needed a website portfolio that worked for his lecture life and busy speaking schedule.

I designed an easy-to-navigate site that works for all his audiences.

This poet on the job market needed to update to her CV

Working with Jennifer isn’t just about making sure your CV looks good.

Document design is about how to best communicate your message – like Heather’s academic history and qualifications for the job market.