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  • GFT Publishing website
  • Ronnie Koenig website
  • 2011 FCMOA website
  • Derek Freese Film Foundation website
  • David Wharton website
  • Laurie Brown website
  • Carol S. Dass website
  • Corey Drieth website
  • Gwen Hatchette website
  • 2011 Visual & Performing Arts Department of UCCS
  • FCMOA Catalogue for Masters ReMastered 2009
  • FCMOA Catalogue for Shattered Utopia 2010
  • FCMOA Family Guide for Ansel Adams 2011
  • FCMOA Family Guide for William Morris 2010
  • FCMOA postcard for Tapestries 2008
  • FCMOA postcard for reGeneration 2007
  • FCMOA postcard for Hung Liu 2009
  • FCMOA postcard for William Morris 2010
  • FCMOA brochure for William Morris 2010
  • FCMOA Membership Brochure 2007
  • FCMOA postter for Art & Science 2008
  • PROSE call for entries postcard 2012
  • PROSE Awards Announcement
     

 

With over 10 years of design experience, a background in NYC nonprofit fund-raising and a bachelor's degree in fine art, I am an advocate for small nonprofits and 'starving' artists. To gain financial or volunteer support, these organizations and individuals need internet exposure, assistance with social media and other promotion via printed material. I provide simple and elegant graphic and web design at a minimal cost. Email me if you have a design project you need help with be it big or small, or are in need of a website. Quotes are always free! If you're in the Colorado Springs area, we can meet for a free consultation and quote.

Web Design
GFT Publishing
Visual And Performing Arts Department, UCCS
Derek Freese Film Foundation
• Valerie Brodar, River Moss Reiki
Ronnie Koenig, writer and former editor-in-chief of Playgirl
Carol S. Dass, photographer
Laurie Brown, photographer
David Wharton, photographer
David Freese, photographer (and his Bering to Baja book website)
Stephie Morton, creativity specialist
Gwen Hatchette, fiber artist
• Fort Collins Museum of Art (2008 and 2011 redesigns)
• Corey Drieth, artist (2008-2014 redesign)

Web Maintenance
Joanna Hurley, book packager/media consultant
David Woody, photographer
William Wylie, photographer

Graphic Design
• Maps and illustrations for GFT Publishing (books: Bering to Baja by David Freese; At Home
    in the American West
by William Sutton; A Year in Rock Creek Park by Melanie Choukas-Bradley;
   Dare to Dream by Lou Campanelli; Death Valley: Painted Light by Stephen E. Strom with poems
   by Alison Hawthorne Deming)
• Fort Collins Museum of Art's exhibition postcards, posters, banners, brochures, catalogues, and
   web maintenace (from 2007-2015)
• Foothills Arts Center's annual Rocky Mountain National Watermedia catalogue and postcard
   (2013 and 2014), 2014 DocuWest Film Festival brochure, and other print material
PROSE Awards (via American Association of Publishers) postcard and book expo material
• Logos for FCMOA, Bachelors of Innovation at UCCS, Little Black Dress Events,
   Paperdoll Fashion Company, Feltitalia, and Women's City Club of New York
• Baby announcements, wedding invitations, letterhead, and business cards

Testimonials (read all of them here)
"As a busy freelance writer, I knew that I needed a web presence to showcase my bio and writing clips, so I turned to mo*tif to help me create a website. Morgan worked with me to come up with a design that suited the sassy vibe of the sex and relationships articles that I write, offering me multiple options and incorporating my feedback into her work. She also helped me with buying my domain name and all the other technical aspects of putting up a website that I'd otherwise be clueless about! The result was a clear, easy-to-navigate site that has helped me attract new clients. These days it is essential for any professional person to have a website, but I was initially wary of the cost. Morgan designed and maintains my site for a fraction of the cost that some larger web design firms charge. When it came time for a redesign of my site, Morgan took things to the next level, incorporating video into the design for me. Morgan herself is creative, patient and easy to work with. If you are looking for design services that are professional, eye-catching and affordable, you can't go wrong with mo*tif!" -Ronnie Koenig, Brooklyn, NY

"Fortunately when I was looking for someone to help me create a website, a colleague suggested that I contact Morgan Pfaelzer at mo*tif. He said that Morgan was not only a very creative and technically savvy designer who was easy to work with, but in addition, her pricing was very fair. As a photographer and artist myself I thought I knew exactly how I wanted my website to look, but as we proceeded I sometimes found myself changing my mind and choosing to use Morgan's wise suggestions instead. The entire collaborative process was a very relaxed, positive experience and I am quite happy with the way my website turned out. Already I have received many compliments from those who have seen it." -Laurie Brown, photographer, CA

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