Tuesday, August 5, 2014

2014 Woman of the Year in Business: Nominations Open!

Nominations have just opened up on Delaware Today for selecting the 2014 Woman in Business and I've been nominated! If you have a few minutes and think that I'm a good candidate then please go to the nomination page and vote for me. Thanks everyone!

Here is a link to the Nomination Site:
http://www.delawaretoday.com/Delaware-Today/2014-Women-in-Business-Nominations/

Here is a link to our company site, Teakettica, LLC, if you want to see more of our work:
http://teakettica.com/

Here is what Meredith S. Keating wrote in her nomination as shared on her Facebook Page:
 

 "Jane Clark is a pioneer in Web Design. At the age of 26 she founded her own web design company, Teakettica, LLC. For the last five years, she has been working with small businesses, to give them the clean, sleek websites they need to compete with big business. In this male dominated profession, Jane has proven that women have more than just "an eye" for what looks good, but they have the skill-set and intellect it takes to create, manage and own a web design company.

Jane has over 120 clients, a client list that she's built single-handed, working with a small team of freelance developers. Jane's passionate about creating completely custom logos, web layouts, and branding for her clients.

Jane, also has given back to the community. She teaches Web Design courses at Cecil College. Her bright and vibrant nature inspires the young and old alike in a comfortable learning environment that makes web design not only fun, but easy!

Jane Clark is my former teacher, internship mentor, and just recently is now my boss! I've become her first part-time employee!

This incredible woman should be the 2014 Woman in Business of the year!"

Friday, May 9, 2014

Marketing flyer for writer Gail Husch

The Button Field: A Novel


We created this flyer based on an old newspaper article regarding this actual case in 1897.

On November 18, 1897, Bertha Lane Mellish, a student at Mount Holyoke College disappeared from the campus. A minister’s daughter, twenty years younger than her only sister, Bertha was the pride of her small family. More comfortable with books than people, she left the genteel poverty of her Connecticut home hoping for a happier life at college. But what she found there, and what she learned at the mill where she worked her final summer, drove her beyond the sheltering walls of school and family. THE BUTTON FIELD is a work of fiction, imagined from research about the real Bertha Mellish. It is coming-of-age story and a mystery, an exploration of a young woman’s hopes and expectations, of the face she showed the world and the desires she hid. And, ultimately, The Button Field investigates the space between what we can and what we will never know about the workings of another’s heart. 

Read more on Amazon or buy the book now.


Thursday, April 10, 2014

REALTORS: Come out and see us

Just a little sneak peek of what we're giving away for the RE/MAX Associates, Delaware mini convention... (Yep - that's a stylus tip)





Click here for more information on the Re/Max Associates, Delaware mini convention

Sunday, February 16, 2014

I guess we're officially a big deal?

We can't honestly believe it's been 5 years already. I suppose time flies when you have the opportunity to work with awesome clients and their awesome projects.

Thanks, Delaware. And beyond.

-jane


Saturday, October 5, 2013

We won!

Thanks a million to all of our clients and friends who voted for us on the News Journal/Delaware Online Reader's Choice Awards. This is awesome!