So Brian, you haven’t posted anything all month, are you getting all lazy on us?
No, dear reader, I haven’t. As you may or may not no, my favorite thing in the world to do besides web and graphic design is ski. If you’re in the Northeast United States, you know that this winter has been an absolute disaster for us skiers, while it’s been a blessing for those who like grass and can’t drive in the snow. The early part of March, I spent a couple of long weekends in Vermont getting in as many runs as I could. Luckily, the first weekend, the Mount Snow area got over 19″ in two days, which made for the best conditions of the year and even made the trails face-plant friendly. Trust me, I know from personal experience.
Besides hanging on to ever last morsel of winter, I’ve been working on a new project. Last summer I was referred to a gentleman who was looking to start a food truck. We discussed timeframes and the work that would be required, but the project was at least six months from becoming a reality. We hadn’t spoken since July and I had almost forgotten about it. Luckily, the chef and entrepreneur remembered me and we’ve been in talks since mid-January getting all the details together for the site which will launch in spring in anticipation of the truck hitting the streets in late summer.
It’s been a great project so far as I’ve been able to work with the owner to help formulate his digital and social media strategy as well as design his logo, website and the outside of the truck! I’m a huge food truck fan, so it’s been fun and calorific doing research for the project. Once the site and truck launch I’m going to have a ton of other pictures and information, but for now I’m just going to leave you with a dribble-esque teaser of the logo for the truck.
Stay posted for more Oink & Moo information coming soon!