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Kusiak Music Rebrand & Site Redesign

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Kusiak Music Rebrand & Site Redesign

Kusiak Music Rebrand & Site Redesign

Kusiak Music is a film/TV composition house in Boston, MA. Over the years, Tigerella has provided a full suite of brand ID products and packaging as well as a full website redesign. In 2017 we launched the Soundminer-powered Kusiak Music Library, a boutique, invitation-only, searchable music database for filmmakers and producers.

• Competitive analysis
• Persona development
• Web design & development (Squarespace)
• Web design & development (custom CSS)
• Developmental editing/Wikipedia edits
• Social media & blog posts
• Logo designs
• Business card & letterhead design
• DVD packaging design

 

Seattle NMA website redesign

Seattle NMA website redesign

- rebuilt website (on Nationbuilder)
- redesigned logo
- copywriting and developmental editing

Forward Seattle

Forward Seattle

- logo design
- Facebook page maintenance
- graphic design
- copywriting
- developmental editing
- website (built on Nationbuilder)

Whorechata "Weekend Website"

Whorechata "Weekend Website"

This site is a good example of a site I can get up and running in a weekend. There's always more content to add, but sometimes you just need something quickly!

Kenny Kusiak

Kenny Kusiak

- logo design
- website design (Squarespace)
- copywriting
- digital illustration
- LinkedIn page / Facebook business page

Forward Seattle v1

Forward Seattle v1

- blog site design (built on WordPress)
- the organization moved to Nationbuilder to fundraise more efficiently

Seattle NMA website

Seattle NMA website

- set up and designed site (old one had lapsed) from scratch on Weebly
- copywriting

Skylark Club Calendar

Skylark Club Calendar

- created proprietary software (with outside programmer assistance) that pulled in my desktop's iCal automatically, eliminating the need for making website updates, saving me hours in data entry every week
- upon band name rollover, genres were featured from myspace (this was back when all bands had myspace sites)