Website design and redesign services with responsive Wordpress
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn Training and Management
Blog, Ebooks, White Papers and Web content copywriting services
Design and implementation strategies of logos and brand identities
What Do We Actually Do?
A long time ago I worked in conjunction with an office in India. There was a particular individual who would respond to all requests with the following statement; “The needful has been done”. That line always stuck with me and now we use it as a sort of a motto. At OneRedCat, we do what needs to be done. From web development, to social media management to content creation, we do our best so that you can do whatever it is that you do best.
Our mission is to design fun and functional, responsive websites focused on balancing premium content with an enjoyable user experience.
We develop and launch social campaigns focused on engaging content and developing relationships across multiple platforms.
We help brands craft superior content that drives traffic and helps build an authentic, authoritative voice.
We help create a lasting statement for your brand through logo design and branding guides designed to help you maintain brand clarity.
What We Think About Everything
The other day I was driving past an apartment building that I used to live in. It wasn’t an overly nice apartment building and it’s not in a fantastic area (I once interviewed about what I thought of the murder that happened on my front lawn) but I actually really liked it there. The units[…]
Most of us have too much shit to do. Right? While there are a lot of advantages to running your own business and being your own boss, always knowing what to do next is not one of them. I remember working for people. It was great. “Here are your tasks. Rinse. Repeat.” But now that[…]
I find it really interesting how projects come and go. I find that I’ll spend several months working SOLELY on websites and then I’ll spend several weeks ONLY working on content, and so on. When the work comes, it just sort of comes. Lately, most of the work I’ve done has been social media management[…]
A few months back I was speaking at a bloggers conference about content ideation. Basically, my entire session was on how you can come up with ideas for your blog and then how you can act on those ideas in your writing. It was a lot of fun. At one point, I asked if anyone[…]
I can’t imagine being an artist. It’s one of the hardest jobs in the world as far as I’m concerned. People don’t want to pay what art is worth and it forces most artists to live their lives working jobs they hate so that they have just enough money to survive while they hustle their[…]
New Year’s Resolutions are stupid. There, I said it. And I’m not backing down. They’re dumb and if you make them, you’re probably dumb too. I don’t mean to suggest that making better choices; life altering choices is a stupid idea but rather that if you’re over the age of say….12….you should know better. New[…]
It’s December 30, 2016 and I’m click clacking away on this keyboard…again. It’s been a heck of a year. This year I’ve written somewhere in the vicinity of 150 blog posts for myself and another 50 for clients and other projects. It’s been a year FILLED with writing. And it’s been a year filled with interesting clients and projects, awful soul sucking clients that you want to burn to the ground and enlightening and heartwarming clients that you want to adopt and raise in a sock drawer. It’s been a year marred with political strife and punctuated by the fall o some of the greatest artists of our generation. We lost Bowie, Prince, Carrie, George Michael and so many more. But it’s also a year that saw people stand up for things in a way that we haven’t seen for generations. It’s been a heck of a year. So with the year all but behind us, I thought I’d share with you the goals I have for myself and for OneRedCat for 2017.
Lately my son has been chaos incarnate. He has been an unholy terror capable of infinite levels of destruction. It has been a truly unpleasant couple of weeks. So what have I done to remedy the situation? I’ve yelled at him. I’ve held the door shut to his room while he screams his face off[…]
As you’ve probably come to realize, I think there are a lot of things that are broken in the business world that we just keep doing because, “that’s the way things have always been done.” From messed up meetings to hiring gone wrong, there’s a lot to choose from but for me, the real failure[…]
I think the reason that I couldn’t really get into Mad Men (ducks as internet throws refuse at him) is that I’m really tired of advertising. I get it that the show is about much more but every time one of those handsome, well suited men drinks a glass of scotch and talks about ads,[…]