Welcome to the New JasonDMoore.com!

Welcome to the new and improved www.JasonDMoore.com!

After a lot of reflection, self-examination, and hard work I am pleased to relaunch my website with a new-found sense of direction and drive. I am being much more intentional about focusing on my graphic and web design work and how I go about offering those services to individuals, businesses and not-for-profit organizations as I move forward with my freelancing.

Be sure to spend some time on the site and check out my portfolios, FAQs about working with me, and my bio to see what I’m all about.

Graphic Talk Radio - A podcast about graphic design, web design, and freelancing.

Another new and exciting project that I would like to announce today is my new audio podcast Graphic Talk Radio! Every week or so, I will be releasing a new episode all about graphic design, web design, interviews, reviews, tips, and freelancing advice. The first episode is already live and you can listen right here on the site or you can subscribe to my graphic design podcast for free in iTunes. I will be talking about topics that range from creative process to SEO to color theory to things to think about when setting your prices to reviews to interviews with other designers.

Giveaway!

To celebrate the unveiling of the site’s redesign and to help launch the new design podcast I am going to give away a great prize package brought to you by our friends at Kelby Training and Photoshop Cafe. The winner will receive:

Sponsored by:
Kelby Training

How do you enter? It’s Easy!

  • Simply add me to one of your Circles on Google+,
  • Leave a comment on this post telling me what you think about the redesign and the new podcast,
  • And subscribe to Graphic Talk Radio in iTunes so you can find out if you’ve won when I make the announcement at the end of Episode #2 which will be released on or around Monday November 7th.
  • Entries must be made by midnight (Eastern) on Saturday, November 5th to be considered.
  • Giveaway is open to US residents only. My apologies to all of my visitors outside the US.

And that’s it! I will select someone at random and announce the winner on Episode #2 of Graphic Talk Radio.

I’m really excited about all of the great things that are happening here on the site and with the new show! While you’re still here, take a look around and discover all the new features of the site and please get in touch if you would like to hire me to serve any of your graphic/web design needs!

Comments:
  • Listening now and designing my own new website with my son. This information will be helpful for us! Thanks,denise

    November 1, 2011 at 12:15 am
  • In the process of re-inventing myself as well, to include more of my photography and other skills rather than just a development or management background. Been following your progress on G+ and glad to see the new site. Congrats!!

    November 1, 2011 at 8:50 am
  • Love the look! It’s so nice to see a new site that doesn’t have a black background-I really hate those! My site dates back to the early web days and SO needs a makeover, but alas, it will be years in coming. LOL
    You’re in my photographer and writer’s circle on G+ too. Now, you should do some hangouts on why you chose the design elements in your site, as it seems a number of people need to update. Thanks!

    November 1, 2011 at 6:33 pm
  • It great to see the site up. And it looks good. I am a huge fan of simple clean web sites. It simply adds massive value to the user experience.

    I have recently started getting into photography — you, Scott Kelby and Trey Ratcliff were the first three people in my Photography circle.

    I am currently, doing a great deal of video interviews in NYC of startups/CEOs/Founders. So I am hoping to get some good insights on how to make my work better.

    Thanks.

    November 3, 2011 at 8:57 am
  • Oh, yes and I did subscribe to your podcast this morning 🙂

    I just started listening to it — again thanks for sharing your expertise.

    November 3, 2011 at 8:59 am
  • Jason, your site looks great. You’ve done a fantastic job promoting yourself. I’m envious of your hard work. I hope it pays off in a big way for you.

    November 3, 2011 at 10:52 pm
  • Matt Allison
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    Hi Jason,
    I don’t think I got a chance to see your old website, but your new one looks great. I’ve been waiting for a podcast just like the one you put out, and can’t wait for more episodes! Keep up the good work, I appreciate what you’re doing.

    November 5, 2011 at 11:13 pm

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