Though I do enjoy working on many brands and projects, I realize sometimes, it isn't always the right fit. These designers below have talent and useful skills that we recommend for various reasons.
Allison Knott – Eraserheader Design
I've known Allison Knott for over five years now through E3C, East Coast Creative Collective. It's a collective Allison built to grow and nurture the creatives in Halifax from all different backgrounds. Funny enough, I met my husband through E3C.
Allison is a wiz when it comes to everything Wordpress. Her skills with the platform are quite impressive. So much so that she's comfortable teaching the subject. She understands what it takes to have an online presence that is about thriving, not about vanity stats.
Other than E3C, Allison is a WordCamp organizer, NSCC web instructor, and has the right energy to keep you engaged when she presents any subject.
Matthew Morgan – National Public Relations
It's easy to get along with Matthew Morgan. He is confident and genuine. I have known him for over five years as well.
Matthew is a great Creative Consultant that knows how the industry works, inside and out. With over ten years of experience in various positions, his innovative approach will solve any project with all the resources at his fingertips. I haven't worked directly with Matt, but I have seen his process, and it is comprehensive. He can design websites, create beautiful ads, build fun logos, and paint amazing Warhammer armies.
JJ is a fantastic illustrator. Her stray kitties are throughout Halifax and their random tidbits into what everyone is thinking, place smiles on my face.
JJ’s artwork is unique. She has developed her style that is bright, colourful, fun, insightful, self-reflective, and makes me want to draw more. Seeing her process, and her neat patterns done in ink and watercolour, are inspiring.
These are other local people whom I like their work.
Coffee and Cream Designs
Hook Line & Tinker