Hub City Farmer’s Market

Graphic design
Print design
Web design
WordPress development

Final deliverables included high resolution digital print files prepared for the printer, WordPress website with user manual and in-person walkthrough as well as ongoing consultation on using WordPress and MailChimp.

More about the project and client.

WordPress Development and Print Design

We’re regulars at Spartanburg’s Hub City Farmer’s Market. I offered to give them a hand in 2014 and we started with a new website. The one they had was … well, pretty bad. They were taking themselves seriously. Their blog posts were short and sporadic. Their website visits were down and the design was honestly a mess.Then

Then director, Brendan Buttimer, knew he had to up his game. They were on the verge of expanding and would need a better brand to go with their bigger, better venue at the Northside Harvest Park.

Since beginning our relationship in 2014 I’ve been lucky enough to provide graphic design and photography services for the farmer’s market several times a year. They’re one of my favorite clients and organizations in Spartanburg.

If you’ve never visited, you should. You can check out their market schedule and events on their website, There are always fun activities for the kids, fresh produce, meat, dairy and even coffee from LRR. Don’t forget to buy a yummy breakfast sweet from one of the friendly vendors. They accept credit, debit and SNAP! It’s more than just a market … it’s an experience.

“Her web design has driven traffic through the roof! Through 17 days in February, we have had more traffic this month than we had all of January or December.”