Elan Morgan creates the visual and structural design for websites and weblogs, mastheads, buttons and badges, business cards, book covers, and more.
She designs primarily for websites hosted on Squarespace and Blogger, creating them from concept straight through to the actual CSS and HTML coding, working with clients throughout the process to craft user-friendly websites that can speak both for and to them. If your website is based in WordPress, she has the fabulous Jen Wilson to work on the CSS/HTML end of the design. She is an adventurous designer, so do not hesitate to ask her what she can do for you, even if you don't see your particular kind of project in her showcased work.
Both Elan and Aidan Morgan have written for multiple websites and print media. They have written for MamaPop, Aiming Low, Prairie Dog magazine, and multiple other publications.
If you would like to have both or one of us bend our writing to your publication, give us a shout.
ConsultingDo you want to know if your website needs a redesign? Would you like to have your weblog or website assessed for user-friendly design and content? Are you wondering how Twitter works? Are you trying to figure out if Squarespace is the right space for you?
We can help you with that! If you have a question and would like to know if we have your answer, please inquire within.
Canadian Weblog AwardsThe Ninjamatics' Canadian Weblog Awards are a juried competition brought to you by, well, us. We blog and coordinate this baby throughout the year.
The Canadian Weblog Awards promote good weblogs of all genres from across Canada year round through regular interviews, articles, and the nomination, judging, and award process that culminates with the announcement of the top three weblogs in each category on January 31st. The Canadian Weblog Awards are about quality not popularity, so there is no public vote. Each weblog is instead judged by a volunteer jury against a set of criteria.