Portfolio

Nellie Sparkman

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Development

Nellie Sparkman Events is a boutique wedding and events planning service. The design was provided with, and Usual Habitat Studio finished the development process.
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Khush Sra

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Partial Layout Design, Development

Khush Sra is a brand about nutrition, mindfulness, and healthy lifestyle. With a target demographic of mostly women, the goal of this site was to represent boldness and also femininity.
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Usual Habitat

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Branding, Layout Design, Development

Usual Habitat is a blog about coffee shops and the art of photography. Rustic and gender neutral, minimalistic yet classy — were the end goals for this blog design.
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Healthy Firsts

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Partial Branding, Layout Design, Development

Healthy Firsts is a┬áholistic nutrition blog. Green, neutral, calm, lots of green — were a few words and phrases we had in mind for this blog.
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These Traveling Feet

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Partial Branding, Layout Design, Development

These Traveling Feet is a travel blog by Hanani. Muted, soft, feminine, yet spunky, was the overall look we were going for.
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Usual Habitat Studio

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Branding, Layout Design, Development

Usual Habitat Studio is a website design, development, and virtual assistance side gig. Soft, muted, gender neutral, professional, yet playful, was the intended look and feel of this blog.
Made for WordPress.

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