My name is Kim Crawley, and my blog features intriguing ideas and interesting information, whenever they occur to me.
A lot of my posts are about web design, as I'm a freelance web designer and my website's for my services. But I'm also interested in other 'nerdy' pursuits- anime, video games, IT stuff, you name it. I also like to talk about pop culture, world issues, and other interesting ideas.
I welcome readers to comment on my posts and contribute to the dialogue.
Serena Freewomyn, Feminists for Choice's founder, sent me a reply saying that she is considering me for the job. I previously e-mailed her those samples.
Although I'm a web designer, I love designing logos, and other graphics for professional purposes, too. Below is the logo I designed for Buchalter Consulting, an investor relations firm I do all the webmastering, web design and social media for:
I would love it if Serena would choose me. I strongly support her organization, and it would be good promotion for my web design business, even though I would be creating a logo and ads for them, not doing web design.
Although I don't offer prices for logo and ad design on my website, people may gladly propose projects like that to me, possibly via e-mail, and I would be very inexpensive.
If Serena and Feminists For Choice choose me, I would probably redo the ad by adding a graphic of a female, or a group of females, with their arms crossed, the body language suggesting 'MY body is MINE'. The reason why I didn't simply do a Google image search for a photo is because I don't want a woman or womyn to come back to me saying 'hey, I don't permit this!' But I would be okay with my photo being in the ad, and with having the photos of other adult females involved if they consent.