Using Dale + Mary's already established bright color palate and kid-friendly vibes, I created an eCommerce Squarespace website that reflected their brand and was able to take their business to the next level.
Sometimes funds or timeline don’t necessarily line up with hiring a Squarespace designer to make your website dreams happen for you Ready to DIY your website? Rock on, girlfriend. I’ve put together a quick and dirty 3-step process on how to get started.
As I’ve continued to grow my business and learn from the process, one thing I’ve always made sure to implement is little ways to surprise and delight clients. You can leave a lasting impression (aka a referrer for life) by simply serving your clients throughout every stage of your process.
One of the best parts of my job is seeing a brand come to life. The #1 decision I think an owner should make is distinguishing what colors represent their brand. Are they light, airy and bright or are they moody, mysterious and natural? Today, we’re going to break down how to figure this out!
They say that you learn the most about yourself the second you step out of your comfort zone. I’m going to be honest, guys—I thought I was already in a comfort zone when I left my full-time job, but I didn’t know how much I’d learn about myself in the process. Here are the 5 things I wish I knew before quitting my full-time job.
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 Terressa Dotson, a modern marketer and content writer for The Busy Bee.
There’s no need to get freaked out—Terms & Conditions aren’t hard to understand and use, but it is a good idea to have them displayed prominently on your blog. In fact, you could be violating federal law if you don’t. So let’s talk about what they are, and what you need to do.