Whoa, Mama! That’s a Nice Website.



Bundle Organics™ is on a mission for motherhood. To nourish and comfort. To support and encourage. To entice and delight with certified organic, OB/GYN-approved snacks and beverages made with functional, flavorful ingredients and one woman in mind: mom.

I honestly feel like I’m gushing about giving birth to my own baby when I talk about Bundle Organics, and today I am thrilled to announce that our fancy-schmancy new website is now officially live and thriving.

IMHO, this site looks good enough to eat (or drink….’cause we have fizzy drinks and smoothies too), and I am so proud to have been a part of its creation. I worked with the team at 1908 Brands (parent company to Bundle Organics) and Bundle co-founder slash celebrity influencer @WhitneyEvePort to create content for the colorful, comforting and confidence-boosting design by Betterweather.

The look and feel pays beautiful homage to the ingredient illustrations that appear on our packaging. The expandable navigation helps users easily browse and shop between stages (fertility, pregnancy and nursing). The All About Mom community is a bounty of insightful content for moms and moms-to-be. And the copy? Well, I don’t want to toot my own writer horn — yeah, we all get one — but I happen to think it’s inviting, charming and pretty damn cute all at once. That’s the tone of voice I was going for at least.

So don’t be shy. Click on over to shop craveworthy snacks and drinks for every stage of motherhood. Hint: the product pages are actually some of my favorites because they showcase all the awesomely purposeful organic ingredients within. Keep your eyes peeled for “Whit’s Picks,” a callout posted on all of Whitney’s personal favorite flavors.

And just because I can’t help myself, check out the awesome Bundle Organics endcap currently gracing BuyBuyBaby stores all across the nation. Word on the street is that the products are flying off the shelves.

Lease a Boulder Legend.



Downtown Boulder is no stranger to change, but this radical renovation is history in the making. I’m talking about the property — nay, the legend — at the corner of 11th and Walnut, former home to the iconic Walrus Saloon. As part of a massive overhaul that updated the now-four-story structure into a marvel of modern convenience, the hundred-year-old brick exterior has been preserved as an homage to the past. The building, now called 19eleven, is 100% legit grit with a modern twist: raw exposed brick walls…wood beams and steel bolts that scream with storied past and successful futures…bright, versatile spaces for startups, retail or co-working…the whole kit, kaboodle and a penthouse cherry on top. (Sorry kids, that floor’s already taken.)

My clients at Market Real Estate are now leasing the few spaces left on the gorgeous lower three floors, and we made a kickass website to promote the potential within. The site beautifully showcases what makes this building so different than much of Boulder’s hottest commercial real estate: it’s not a shiny white box. So, if you want perfectly polished walls or a contemporary all-glass building so shiny that birds fly into it and fall to their deaths, look elsewhere. Buuuuuut if you like a little history with your workplace, check out the property site and contact Market ASAP. It’s the kind of gem you just don’t find ’round these parts. Brooklyn maybe. But not Boulder.

 

Oh, and in case you’re wondering, I would for sure set up EBB Copywriting HQ at 19eleven if I could afford the ultra-premium price tag. But hey, at least I can visit during construction and ruin my hairdo with a hardhat.

 

A few sample headlines from the website and building promo materials:

BLOOD, SWEAT AND BRICKS

SURVIVAL OF THE HIPPEST

PAINT OVER THE PAST? NEVER.

CHARACTER NEVER DIES.

Five Senses Is Just the Start.



When it comes to our senses, hasn’t the number five had enough time in the spotlight? Sight, hearing, taste, touch and smell get all the attention, but what about the unsung sensorial heroes? From balance and breathlessness to correction and temperature, there are so many other senses we rely on every day.

Our Senses: Creating Your Reality brings them all together—inner and outer tools of detection and perception—into a hands-on (and nose-on, and eyes-on, and feels-on) exhibit for the whole family. The Denver Museum of Nature and Science wants everyone to make sense of their many senses, and you may be surprised at how much influence they have over how you experience the world.

I had all the feels (apparently I’m SUPER sensitive) working on this campaign with my buddies at Urban Canvas. The concept prompts viewers to question what they think they know and expand their “senses” definition outside the usual five.

Our Senses: Creating Your Reality opens in just a couple of weeks on April 12 and runs through August 4, so get it on the calendar and bring the whole family. The sight room reveals a visual explosion of ocular discovery. The balance room engulfs you in walls so wickedly wavy that you won’t know which way is up. The correction room blows your mind with the science behind why it deosn’t mttaer waht oredr the ltteers are in a wrod for you to be albe to raed it. So yeah. You don’t want to miss this one.

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