2015 Six Leaf Recap

The end of the year is a time for optimism and looking to the future. But before we get too caught up in the new year, I wanted to take a minute to reflect on the past year and (let's be honest) give myself a pat on the back for the hard work that went into it. 

Here's a recap of what all I accomplished this year - and yes, I'm counting taking vacations as an accomplishment!

JANUARY 2015

  • Signed on 3 new clients
  • Completed 1 logo design
  • Completed 1 set of wedding invitations and 1 Save The Date design

FEBRUARY 2015

MARCH 2015

  • Signed on 3 new clients
  • Refreshed the Six Leaf Design website with all new content and a new focus on usability
  • Launched my monthly Know How blog series
  • Completed 1 infographic design and 3 sets of wedding designs
  • Completed 2 logo designs and 2 sets of brand materials

APRIL 2015

  • Signed on 4 new clients
  • Launched TD Manufacturing's new website
  • Completed 1 logo design and 2 sets of brand materials
  • Completed 2 sets of wedding invitations

MAY 2015

JUNE 2015

  • Signed on 5 new clients
  • Launched 1 email campaign
  • Completed 1 set of branded banner designs

JULY 2015

  • Signed on 2 new clients
  • Launched Fresh Palate's new website
  • Completed 2 logo designs and 1 set of brand materials
  • Completed 1 set of wedding invitations

AUGUST 2015

SEPTEMBER 2015

  • Signed on 3 new clients
  • Collaborated on a styled wedding shoot at Mt. Evans
  • Completed 3 sets of wedding designs
  • Completed 2 sets of brand materials and 1 infographic design

OCTOBER 2015

NOVEMBER 2015

  • Signed on 3 new clients
  • Completed 1 logo design and 2 sets of brand materials
  • Completed 1 set of wedding designs

DECEMBER 2015


I'm hoping that by sharing what I've done this year, I can give you a sneak peek into what exactly my freelance business does. And possibly even inspire someone else and show what they can do much in a year! Not to mention, it's good for me to look back at all I've done this year and be so grateful for the work that I have.

GOALS FOR 2016:

1. Take on a limited amount of projects at a time so I can devote enough time to making each and every one completely awesome.

2. Block out chunks of time to focus on client projects/internal marketing/fun designs and really focus - that means shutting my phone OFF!

3. Build up my email list to keep better contact with clients and supporters (P.S. you can sign up in the sidebar >>>).

4. Spend more time developing my hand-lettering and illustration skills. Or just developing more skills in general!

HERE'S TO THE NEW YEAR! CHEERS!

Lindsey Anderson

Six Leaf Design, Denver, CO, USA

Graphic designer responsible for Six Leaf Design.