Plur.Fm Website Graphics

This is actually a project I did at the end of 2010, but I have been quite delinquent in updating my blog (oops!). The owner of the soon-to-be plur.fm approached me to do some graphics for her new website, plur.fm which to put it simply…

“Pittsburgh Local Underground Radio showcases Pittsburgh’s rave scene DJs and music producers with a 24/7/365 radio station and scheduled live sets. PLUR.fm can be listened to on many devices. For specific instructions please check out our Listen page

If you’re a DJ or electronic music producer who plays music at raves in pittsburgh and would like your music on this station, please feel free to email us at info@plur.fm.”

For this project I created the logo, buttons (white text that rolls over to a colored gradient), as well as the footer. Although pretty different from what I usually do, the owner of plur.fm seemed pretty happy with the outcome and the website has been a success so far!

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About sara@lolli.org

Twenty-something female, residing in Pittsburgh, PA. Educated with a degree in Communication Design. Currently working as the Marketing Director and Graphic Designer for a high end Pittsburgh salon chain. Enjoys freelance endeavors, as well as music, traveling, and the social scene. Please feel free to contact me to inquire about design. I also have access to very competitively priced printing, which I usually work into all my quotes. For information, or just to say "holla" : sara@lolli.org

Posted on April 4, 2011, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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