For our third installment of our BOSSES series, we’d like you to meet Dana Veraldi, otherwise known as DEERDANA. Actually, there’s a good possibility that you’ve already met her work…
For the second story in our BOSSES series, we talked with our good friend and mentor of all things marketing, Lena Milcarek. She’s a self-employed digital marketing specialist, Baltimore resident, tarot enthusiast, and BOSS.
Dani Bradford is a self-proclaimed 'dirtbag solo adventurer' and digital storyteller who has traveled extensively across the globe.
When taking on a new website, it’s important to go into it with the right mindset.
We teamed up with Baltimore/NYC creative studio Post Typography for their new Squarespace site.
As we ring in 2018, Squarespace is rolling out some new templates—8 to be exact—all within the Brine family of templates.
You’ve got a great business plan, some inspiring and well-written content, and everything about your site structure is feeling good. Now it’s time to ice the cake.
Cohesive web design relies on the twin pillars of content and style. Content being the story you tell, and style being the way you present that story.
Meet the Blueprint. What’s the first step in building your business's website? If you only have a foggy idea of what you want your online presence to look like, the answer is strategy...
The short answer? It depends.
Full disclosure, here at Made for Masses, we are BIG Squarespace fans—like get out the foam fingers fans. We’ve been using it for years, and it’s allowed us to really streamline our process.
But at what point should you consider bringing in a pro?