It’s been a while since I’ve shared a client project with Plop! readers, and I’d like to do more of that. The portfolios on the Small Pond Graphics website offer a great overview of the type of work that goes on here, but I don’t devote nearly as much time as needed to keep them up-to-date with current projects. Chalk it up to the cobbler’s shoe syndrome. If you’re interested in more recent Small Pond designs, the Facebook Page is a great place to start. I like to share categorized project portfolios there and send some shout-outs to my great clients. I’d also like to showcase a few projects in more detail here on the blog, so here goes!
I recently completed a brochure project for the Greater Starkville Development Partnership / Starkville Convention & Visitors Bureau. I was so pleased to work on it because this is for MY small pond. Getting to offer great design to small towns or small businesses really inspires me, but it’s something special when it’s for the place I live and work.
We recently completed a re-design of the tourism brochure for Starkville, MS, a piece that is mailed out to prospective visitors seeking information and placed in Welcome Centers and tourism destinations around the Southeast. I designed the brochure and wrote the text for it several years ago, and it was in need of a refresher to reflect some our current advertising. The 32-page brochure also includes a pocket on the inside back cover which holds a folded attractions map for our area. Enjoy a few of the spreads and a glimpse at My small pond through the eyes of a marketing brochure!