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Off Topic: Blog Design

Posted on: February 21, 2010

I just want to send a quick thanks to Cat Oshiro for designing the banner for my blog. When I was thinking about how I wanted my blog to be designed, I wanted something playful and colorful and cute. The most important part of the design would be the banner since it is the first thing people see when they land on the page. I sent Cat an email with just a few things that I thought of for the design and a week later she sent me the banner that you see now. Awesome, right?!?!

So thanks Cat! I love it! If you like her work and want her to design something for you, check out her portfolio here and send her an email!

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2 Responses to "Off Topic: Blog Design"

Great new site Jen! Set up an RSS feed link so I can follow you through Google Reader… =)

Jen! Love your site and love the design! Keep up the good work! 🙂

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Ever since I was a little country bumpkin growing up in Alabama, I dreamed of living in a big city. No longer would I have to only befriend the local farm animals. I would have real people friends! I would wear suits and be important. And I'd be able to eat foreign foods like tacos or spaghetti.


Now here I am, living in San Francisco where I'm constantly surrounded by great food and food sources. And now I'm going to write about all of it. What I eat, what I cook. Where I shop for ingredients. Basically anything and everything about what I love most. FOOD!



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