New Design, Sort Of

Feb 7, 2011

No, you’re not in the wrong place.  This is still Capitol Hill Style.  I just grew so tired of the old design that I decided to change it.  This is not my final vision for what this site will look like, by any means, but if I didn’t get rid of the ash violet Capitol Building, I was going to snap.

Hopefully, I will soon find a designer who isn’t a) psychotic, b) going to take my money and then disappear, or c) obsessed with putting sunbursts, polka-dots, and curlicues on everything.  All I want is a simple design for under $500, is that to much to ask for?

Apparently.  

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  1. Jill says:

    I like your new design. Nice, simple. Maybe no need for an expensive redesign, if you did manage to find someone.

  2. Anna says:

    http://www.frontporchstudio.net if I had a blog, Jessica Nell Graves would DEF be my designer.

  3. JInker says:

    I would be happy to help you with your site design. Take a look at my site, and email me if you are interested.

    Dave

  4. Betsy says:

    I really like this design. It's nice and clean–why don't you just go with it for awhile?

  5. cia says:

    Liked the old one better. 🙁

  6. Belle says:

    For goodness sake, read the post, this design is temporary.

  7. cait says:

    I'm interested in working on your blog. A friend of mine that I work with and myself do a little graphics/coding partnership on the side. He helped me with my blog (still a work in progress itself!), and we'd love to see what we can do for you!

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