I love a good shake. For a quick breakfast, snack, dessert, as dinner… it’s a great way for me to pack tons of good things all into one place. Plus, it’s so fun to use my blender ? Thought I’d share what I’ve been feeling lately......
Carefully crafting digital marketing plans and websites for entrepreneurs.
Aline is a web designer, project manager, digital marketer, and yogi. She is passionate about collaborating with creative individuals to create beautiful and effective branding, websites, and social media campaigns.
Conduct content audits, information architecture, navigation strategy, wireframes, and edit copy.
Design and develop landing pages, brochure or ecommerce sites with WordPress.
Define objectives and target audience. Create strategy and content. Optimize and engage.
Client relationship manager and internal project leader. Keep projects on time and in scope.
Aline is a diligent, hard worker who will tackle any task that is put in front of her even when asked to go beyond her normal duties. She was also able to quickly think on her feet which is no small task when talking to hundreds of thousands or millions of people on social media.
I'm so glad I found Aline; she was so easy to work with and helped me visualize and express my brand via my beautiful new logo and website!
Aline possesses the rare ability to bridge the gap between design and development by not only understanding and appreciating both disciplines, but being able to convey information to all team members working on a given project.
From my backpacking trip to Southeast Asia during summer 2015.
Ever find yourself sitting at your desk, imagining wandering the ancient streets of Rome or daydreaming about sitting on the beach in LA? Hi, hello, um…YES! Now with a new platform called StoryTrail, you can travel virtually to cities around the world without ever leaving your......
Famous for its scattered ancient temples, Bagan is in the Mandalay Region of Myanmar. 2200 temples remain today of the 10,000 built during the peak of the kingdom, between the 11th and 13th centuries. It’s essentially the Angkor Wat of Myanmar. Only two days are needed to......