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freelance web and graphic design. Portfolio

Bright Web Design (brightwebs) is a small freelance design creative based in Windsor, Nova Scotia. Specializing in website design for nonprofit and charitable organizations as well as small business. Stephanie has an innate understanding of the importance of branding and vision in both graphic and web design. She uses her sense of design and a desire for innovation to create simple, dynamic websites that are responsive and clean.

Journal

May 18, 2017

Ask good questions and get better answers

Ask good questions and get better answers Judge a man by his questions rather than by his answers. - Voltaire Source: SlideShare presentation at UX Camp Brighton 2016. Information presented here as compilation of slideshare presentation. What makes a good question? Check your facilitation guide / survey / interview questions to make sure they start with…

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May 18, 2017

Work to live, don’t live to work

Work to live, don’t live to work Source: www.more.com/work-live-dont-live-work In this economy, you might feel pressured to sacrifice a work-life balance just to keep your job. But after you hear the trade-offs, you might reconsider. A good work-life balance is one in which you work to live, not live to work. We all need to…

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March 20, 2017

8 Tips to Non-Profit Website Design That Engages Donors and Volunteers

Design a Non-Profit Website That Works It’s one thing to design a beautiful non-profit website. It’s another thing to design a non-profit website that engages donors and volunteers. Non-profit websites should consider the same usability issues as their for-profit cousins and then some. BUT, the goals of the non-profit website are different compared to a…

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