Our Art Nerd City Guides expansion is taken itself to the next level with our ‘Official’ Launch of Art Nerd Chicago this week at Gallery Bar Chicago!! We are very happy Chicago arts community has embraced and can’t thank our Chicago writers enough for helping us build our first spin-off Art Nerd City Guide! Please attend our Launch Party if you are in town for the EXPO / EDITION / Fountain Art Fair weekend.
We are also presenting a fun #ArtNerdChicago Instagram contest with art-lover-worthy prize of a two-night stay at the ACME Hotel Company, 1xRun Prints, and goodies from many of our favorite artist crushes! Read More
You might be most familiar with my artsy projects, but I also do medical and corporate wordpress websites, social media campaigns and email marketing projects. Being new to LA, my first freelance client has an innovative suite of medical programs and services. The ISH has pioneered a new Sex Addiction-Induced Trauma Model that asserts the importance of not misdiagnosing the addict’s partner’s PTSD symptoms. Really innovative and advanced psychological research and medical treatment. Fortunately for me the ISH Clinical Director has a very attuned eye for design, white space and a beautiful new site.
This Spring 2013 we expanded Art Nerd New York into Art Nerd City Guides! We now cover public art, art historical sites and awesome art happens in Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle. Our new art nerd city guide geo-tagged content is available on Google’s Field Trip mobile app on Android, iOS and Google Glass!
This winter I volunteered to make a new website and social media marketing plan for my local community council. They were an absolutely lovely group of people to work with and very grateful for this digital communications overhaul. The new site is simple but indicative of the natural beauty in the surrounding area. Nextdoor.com proved to be the most effective social media communication tool for reaching neighbors and getting them out to our special presentations and monthly meetings.
Love this infographic about the 30 most popular plugins available for WordPress. Over the past 3 years I have spent a great deal of time trying out new plugins to meet personal and client-driven needs. This list is great because it takes a lot of the guesswork out of selecting new plugins for your WordPress website. Plugins break often, but if you pick a popular one then its likely to be updated as WordPress evolves. Major time savings. On all my WP sites I use Askimet, Google XML Sitemaps, Google Analytics for WordPress, WordPress SEO by Yoast, W3 Total Cache or WP Super Cache. I’m also looking forward to incorporating some new plugins I heard about here – thanks WP Template for sharing this!