REBRAND + WEBSITE DESIGN
“Seeing our new website brought tears to my eyes…”
“I worked with Cassie as part of the team putting together a rebrand for the ministry that I work closely with. From the our initial meeting with Cassie, I immediately felt comfortable. From the questions she asked I could feel that she was invested in sharing our story through our new website.
What I liked most was the about the process was seeing the ideas go from my notepad to pages of the new website. I enjoyed seeing it all come together. Seeing our new website brought tears to my eyes!
Our website transformed from adequate to WOW! It is now a clear reflection of who we are as an organization. Our entire team loves it!
I appreciate Cassie’s patience with us through the process of our rebrand. She was responsive and I never had to wonder about the progress of the website. She gave me clear direction on what she needed and was easy to work with.
I’d call her an expert! We did not go wrong with trusting her with this project! I enjoyed working with Cassie and would highly recommend her. I look forward to working with her again!”
-LAMICA BURNETT | NATIONAL TEAM MEMBER, GIRLFRIENDS PRAY
EVOLVING IN ELEGANCE, WARMTH & MATURITY
I remember my first call with members of Girlfriends Pray. Emotional, and filled with beautiful stories of women touched by the faith of Girlfriends Pray, we began by asking “What is missing from your current brand? How have you grown?” Girlfriends Pray wanted to express the maturity and elegance of the organization and also create a feeling in the brand that all women are welcome and embraced.
“our website transformed from adequate to wow!”
We had quite the journey ahead of us. A 27-page site, donation features, multiple forms, and an upcoming shop with rebranded merchandise. I built this site on the WIX platform for ease of use for the team. The Girlfriends Pray rebrand translated beautifull to the web, featuring gorgeous, clean, emotional photography of prayer. Elements of gold, pink marble, and a sophisticated contrast of black and white weaves through the site.