At the time I’m publishing this blog post, we’re 20 days into the new year but I feel like I'm just getting started! In between spending a few weeks in Mexico during the holidays and just coming back from a business conference, I have taken my time to be fully ready for 2024.
I’m fortunate to be starting the year with a few really exciting projects! I'm working on a website for a leadership consulting business and another website for a pharmacy this month. I have the feeling that 2024 will be the year of websites because I'm having so much fun designing them! 🤗
But before I get back to pushing pixels, I wanted to share my word of the year with you! I like this (instead of resolutions) because it gives me a specific area to focus my growth without boxing me in. I can apply my chosen word to different situations and grow in so many different ways!
For 2024, I’ve chosen “FAIL” as my word of the year.
This might sound funny, but I am so ready to fail. I think I have been playing a little too safe and I'm ready to try new things! 🙌🏼
I want to test new ideas and the only way to do that is to put myself in a situation where failure is likely. 🙈 So I hope you'll cheer me on as I fail and fail and fail again! 🎉
Design Service Changes for 2024
After five years in business, I've decided it's time to make some changes to my design service offerings in 2024. Effective March 1, I will no longer be offering standalone logo design services. I know my clients typically need more support than this, so this change makes sense!
If you've been thinking about working with me, now is the perfect time to do so, especially if you're just looking for a logo. If you want to reserve a spot, shoot me a message via my contact form and we can chat through your ideas! Or, if you know of someone who could benefit from this service, I would greatly appreciate the referral!
I hope you're feeling excited about the year ahead. If you also choose a word for the year, I would love to know what you chose. Let me know in the comments!
Karla is an award-winning designer, branding expert and mentor. She has designed for brands including BRIT+CO, Discovery, HGTV, Food Network, Facebook, and more.