9 responses to “Metacom Newsletter and Invoice / Resume Redesign”

  1. Keith Davis

    Hi Ryan
    Looks very professional.
    As you point out, the common theme adds a lot of impact.
    See that you’ve added a newsletter and newsletter subscription… how about a few tips on setting up a newsletter feature?
    .-= Keith Davis´s last blog ..Flying in formation =-.

    1. Ryan

      Hi Keith,
      Thanks for the response!
      I’m still figuring out some things with the newsletter, but I do plan on writing a review and possibly a basic “how-to” guide. Once I familiarize myself with the whole Newsletter deal, I’ll definitely write about it. I’m using Mail Chimp which seems to be like a great service so far. Very user friendly, and their Free Plan offers quite a lot. Up to 500 Subscribers, and 3000 emails a month. Definitely enough to get started and do some learning!

      1. Keith Davis

        Hi Ryan
        Mail Chimp sounds great – I’ll do a bit of Googling and start looking at setting up a newsletter.
        Hope yours goes well.
        .-= Keith Davis´s last blog ..Flying in formation =-.

  2. Sire

    Well it’s a lot more colorful that what I’m used to but I don’t think that’s a bad thing. I reckon it may even take the sting out of getting a bill ;)
    .-= Sire´s last blog ..How Commentluv And Keyword Luv Can Boost Your Comments =-.

    1. Ryan

      Haha, nowadays half of my invoices are digital, so I don’t have to worry about printing costs of ink, so I decided to be a bit more creative with it. We’ll see how my clients feel about the bill.. I have a feeling no matter how much time I put into the design of an invoice sheet, they still won’t be the biggest fan.

  3. Sire

    I still print mine manually as my software doesn’t allow for anything else. Still, at least I can see the looks of gratitude when I hand them the bill :D
    .-= Sire´s last blog ..How Commentluv And Keyword Luv Can Boost Your Comments =-.

  4. Cowvin

    I guess the time has come indeed for me to change mine also. I mean it always makes things better to look at and etc. when you add in a little bit more color right? It all depends on what statement you want to make. I just Got a magazine from a garage sale on new designs. I guess i’ll be trying them out tomorrow.
    .-= Cowvin´s last blog ..Dealing with Difficult Hosts =-.

    1. Ryan

      Hi Cowvin,
      Even if people hate getting an invoice, it can never hurt to make it pleasing to the eye (At least I hope so). I use full color on my digital copies, but in print, I will probably use a bit more limited color, or black and white. It also can’t hurt to make your resume stand out from a stack of other ones!

  5. Kim

    The design on both looks nice and I like the match with the site.  I couldn’t read the resume.  Too small.
    .-= Kim @Moneyandrisk´s last blog ..Is Your Facebook Friend a Spy or IRS Agent =-.

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