People need to know that you’re in your business for the long haul. Whether you have a service or product, it’s important to get in front of the eyes of the people you want to work with so that you will be top of mind when they need it, and email marketing is the perfect way to do this.
Today we're going to dig deep into the importance of a color scheme and how it can help your brand grow and personality shine! In other words, today requires a little extra coffee and possible an additional read or two. Are you in? Let’s do it.
We’re looking for a talented graphic and web design intern to help in the design and implementation of custom Squarespace websites, assist with various client projects and partake in social media design and engagement.
With a bright, citrus-like color palette and feminine and approachable, typography, a logo and brand was built! Since the premise of this website is blog-based, we made sure to highlight her recent posts and included a sidebar for easy blog navigation.
Hey business owners looking for a new website—I've got the perfect giveaway for you ‼️I've teamed up with my friend Chelsea from 23&9 Creative to give away one of her amazing Squarespace Templates FO FREE! (That's a $225 value!)
Take a peek behind the scenes here at The Busy Bee, where there are hands helping in all facets of the business! Today we’re sitting down with Chelsea Kardokus, owner of 23&9 Creative and a co-designer for The Busy Bee.
I’ve spent a lot of time on Google and Pinterest finding Squarespace templates that I love and have rounded up my favorite places to find them on my resources page just for you, but I’ve listed even more right here in this post!
Sarah Misicka's mission is to empower women to create a lifestyle that supports her ideal life. Working with Sarah was like working with a friend — this boss babe may come from a small town Wisconsin but she loves to drive and make her own adventures.
We’ve talked about moodboards and branding before over here at the Busy Bee, but the message is really the same. The more you can visually show yourself, third parties you hire, or employees what your brand is about, the more cohesive everything will be.