As a growing physical therapy and rehabilitation practice, HealthWorx needed a web presence to help patients find their offices, deliver patient documents, and communicate their message to an online audience. After meeting with them, the skeleton of a site came together rather quickly. Working from their existing logo, the site design was created and filled out with content they created and photography taken onsite. My role was web designer/developer, photographer, SE optimizer, and content coach.
The non-profit Hospice of Marshall County requested graphics for two upcoming fundraisers. Graphics were created to help promote their “Race to Remember” and “Lights of Love” events. These were for mixed use in all their promotional and event materials.
“Gayle at Rustixs Interactive has generously donated her time and skill set to improve several local nonprofits. Not only is she charitable, she is incredibly talented, understanding and kind. She delivered multiple design ideas with a much quicker turnaround time than anyone I’ve ever known in the design world! She provided several options for our organization (Hospice of Marshall County) and managed all of our expectations efficiently through email alone!
I was impressed by how quickly Gayle grasped and displayed a strong understanding of our organization and our needs. She captured the elements and design we were looking for with little to no direction from us! Gayle was quick, knowledgeable, efficient, friendly and professional. Rustixs Interactive has helped us raise the profile of our events with excellent designs. I would highly recommend Rustixs Interactive to anyone.” — Annah Grace Morgan, Hospice of Marshall County, August 2012
The law firm of Webster, Henry, Lyons, White, Bradwell & Black wanted a logo for their firm. I was pleased to provide them with several mock ups before they chose this bold and stylish treatment. Work was performed in conjunction with Reliable Ad Group.
This project was for an interactive screensaver and departmental logo. The grant called for an interactive product that would help teach disaster preparedness to firefighters and local officials. Rollover the questions to see the answers. Each slide was designed to teach about a specific bio-threat and provided a link to more information on an external site.