Change Your Mindset

Congratulations to Peter Margaritis, CPA, aka The Accidental Accountant, on launching his second podcast series, Change Your Mindset. Pete is an author, speaker and podcast host who works with accounting professionals to improve their communication skills through improv.

We have worked with Pete for 12+ years, helping him consistently connect with his clients by taking advantage of all the marketing tools available to him, including website design and development, sell sheets, book cover design, podcast graphics, social media graphics and printed collateral.

Good luck with the new podcast series, Pete!

 

Trusty & Company Launches New Website

Keeping our clients’ website current in design, content and technology is a big part of what we do, and we always put our clients first. So although it took a bit more time for us to design and develop a new website for t+c, we are happy to share it with you now.

We custom designed a WordPress theme for our site just as we do for our clients. While there are many WP themes you can purchase, we find that they do not allow the creative design our clients expect from us. WP is a great platform, with plugins and widgets that can be installed and designed to give the functionality you want. In the Services section on our Home page, we added an accordian widget that provides the dropdown effect for each service we offer. That allows us to display multiple service categories, each with its own details and yet keep the allocated “real estate” to a minimum.

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A New Year, A New Logo

In 2017 we began working with a new client who was referred to us by another client. The new client purchased an existing yarn shop, Knitwits, in Crescent Springs, Kentucky (near Cincinnati, Ohio). She wants to totally rebrand the shop, bring in more contemporary fibers, new classes and reach a broader audience. We started our work the way we always do: we asked a lot of questions and listened intently to the answers. Continue reading “A New Year, A New Logo”