Curious Fox Press is a western Loudoun company operated by Cathleen Titcomb. She provides bespoke, manually produced, printed goods that are hand crafted on an antique platen presses. The end result is invitations, letters, envelopes, menus, and such that stand apart in this age of digital mass production. . Materials that have been printed using these age old techniques result in selected paper surfaces featuring tactile impressions, and a crispness not obtainable with ink
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Wicked Design recently completed a website design project for a Purcellville restaurant that we love. Some of the most rewarding web design and development projects are for those businesses that we personally patronize. For a design agency in a small northern Virginia town, the likelihood of such work is not necessarily rare, and the community is relatively small. While we love all of our clients, having personal ties to a place we visit makes
Capturing the essence of our children serves as a lasting reminder of innocence, lineage and the magic of life. We were recently commissioned to conduct a photo shoot of a young girl with a fantasy unicorn. The girl’s mother had the concept of capturing a mythical journey with her daughter and the pony of fairy tales. This story documents the project as it went from planning to print.
We received a call from the
When Freedom Bathrooms needed a colorful brochure designed, they called Wicked Design.
After designing a successful website for the firm, we rolled up our sleeves again for this Loudoun remodeling company to create a memorable brochure that would be given to prospective clients in the mid Atlantic region. They wanted a bi-fold design that also contained an insert. The overall design measured 8 1/2 inches by 11 inches, when printed and cut.
In the normal course of business, we design all sorts of Loudoun County websites for business and organizations. Some of these sites have a rigid business focus, while others inspire. The latter group is certainly more fun to design, often incorporating playful colors and design elements. What could be more fun than designing a website for a baker of cupcakes?
We recently completed and launched a fun website design for The Sweet Drop,
A newly launched website for the Town of Round Hill
The Town of Round Hill needed a new website design that was able to meet a wide array of requirements. These included simple navigation, access to hundreds of documents, the ability to contact individual town government departments, easy event management, be mobile ready and provide training to the town staff.
The first task at hand was to resolve the navigation and menu
Hillsborough Vineyard, located in Loudoun County, Virginia, is a family owned and operated business. Since 2003, the vineyard has produced several award winning wines. A labor of love, the process of growing several varieties of vines, cultivating and processing the grapes, and eventually bottling requires years of advanced planning. The land where Hillsborough Vineyard rests was originally sold by George William Fairfax to Jame Nelson in 1778.
The new website design had to appropriately
Suzanne Scurlock-Durana is a Trainer and Healing Coach known throughout the world for her methods and approaches for improving lives. Her books, podcasts, videos and audio talks deliver messages of healing that cover many different aspects of recovering, ethics and awareness. In addition, she provide a wide range of workshops in healing centers across the county.
Suzanne needed a new website design that could effectively communicate her offerings while presented in a simple and
In December of 2014, the Nichols hardware store in Purcellville, Virginia celebrated its 100th year in business. As part of this celebration, a parade float was designed and build by volunteers in the community. We did our part by designing the graphics used on the float. The image below was created from a photo of the wooden shelves in the Nichols store. It was used as a backdrop for the float. Nichols Hardware is
Sometimes photography isn’t enough to communicate a story. When this is the case, 3D design apps can be used to recreate scenes for the purpose of portraying difficult concepts. MSI Worldwide Mail, a firm with headquarters in Belgium, hired Wicked Design to do just this. Their location in Sterling, Virginia, needed a sign for their lobby area to demonstrate their capabilities. This company offers a wide range of sophisticated mailing and sorting