Larry Habegger

What can you do with a beautifully design header? Lots.

Larry Habegger’s site (larryhabegger.com) was fine before: header, colors, lots of content. Good, right? Yep. But then he got a hold of Candace Rardon and she created a graphic for him that made his life wonderfully more colorful … and my life much easier.

[box type=”note”]When people ask about design, I often ask back if they have anything to start with.[/box]

We wanted to switch Larry’s hosting and as the techno jungle often has its way, we had to move fast. Then we realized we didn’t have access to the old theme. But we had the content. With WordPress, you’re OK that way: content and design are quite separate.

The DNS switched and we found ourselves with a design-less site and content. But there was the header image from Candace. After some thought, we discovered it was really all that we needed. This would be the foundation for the design for the entire site. We could cherry pick colors (and even elements) of the sketch and use them in the site.

The same morning that the server switched we had the new graphic design up and running and Larry in there working on moving his content around. We were set. Round 2 design? Sure, we’ll get there, but when you start with something so well done and beautiful, the heavy lifting is done and we can sit back under the tree and enjoy the view. Check out larryhabegger.com–and Candace, too!

Larry Habegger Before

Larry Habegger Site Before

Before wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t, uh, good.

Larry Habegger After

Larry Habegger Site After

Ah, fresh and clean. Water, air, mountains … and WOO Canvas.

2017-05-25T22:51:37+00:00

About the Author:

I’ve done the big corporate thing. I’ve done the creative writer thing. Now I’m happily in the middle. I like to help small businesses who are interested in “working their website before their website works them.” I’m also interested in creating beautiful sites with powerful WordPress themes. Google+

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