Guess what guys?? I’ve moved! I’ve been working to rebrand myself over the past few months and I’m finally ready to make the leap. With that said, I will no longer blog here under MOXEE. I’ve moved to my new place at blog.imbreannarose.com. A few other things have changed as well :
My twitter account is still the same, but the handle has changed from “moxee_” to “imbreannarose.” Facebook, on the other hand, doesn’t let you switch your name … BIG bummer. So, you can now find me here! And finally, if you follow me on bloglovin – everything will remain the same, but I’ll be contacting support to change my name soon.
I’ll keep moxee up for a few weeks until I have it redirect to the new location. Don’t worry, everything that WAS on moxee is on my new blog, too! See ya on the other side.
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I’ll be honest – I have “enough” dresses, but as of late, I haven’t been happy with very many of them. So of course I took to the internet to find some new goodies for my own wishlist. The theme? a neutral white. I fell in love with all of these and would love to have them in my closet, sigh. The top two are classy while the bottom four have a little more flair. You never know when you’re going to need either!
This week for my column on Studio Sweet Studio, I decided to be gutsy. Everyone wants to know about pricing as a freelance creative, but not a lot of people talk about it. It all seems pretty hush hush. I took this as an opportunity to talk freely and honestly about my thoughts about pricing. I’ve always said I’m an open book, so let’s do this. Please please please share your thoughts about this one guys : this is the perfect time to start up a discussion between all of us! Here is a snippet from the article:
“Not many people talk freely about pricing out freelance work. It’s this scary and unknown place, but honestly, everyone wants to know. I plan on covering a variety of topics regarding money over the next few weeks, so definitely check back for more! Before I sart, let’s get real : pricing is 100% different for everyone. No two people are alike. Creatives have different work ethics, skill sets, and experience … all of which need to be taken into account. It is my goal to give you a general sense of how to approach things.”
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Hi guys! This is Cassie again, from The Veda House. Bre and I decided that after 20 weeks of our Recreate It collaboration posts, we were ready for a little change of scenery. We both share a love for mood boards and see them as an important design tool in our design process. This is the part where we get inspired and completely surround ourselves with the ins and outs of each project.
In this project (we’re calling it Branding Backwards) we’ll be dissecting some of our favorite brands and stripping them down to their core brand aesthetics. During this bi-monthly collaboration we’ll study brands on a deeper level, sharing with you our process, and hopefully inspiring you guys to use mood boards as part of your creative process. Don’t forget to stop over at my blog today to see the brand Bre has been exploring!
Yeah, I don’t paint that well, but I do love this quote from John Green’s book : The Fault in our Stars. Thought I’d get off the computer and make something of it!