Monthly Archive:: December 2014

Bigger & Better MySpaces


New Designer to Our Team!
Pearse Street has recently welcomed Kurt Vachon to the design team as a junior designer. Learn more about our team of experts here.
New Rates Effective
As of the first of the year, our hourly rates have changed. Graphic design and standard web updates will be billed at $70/hr, excluding Flash and advanced programming which vary. These rates apply to projects completed by the hour, as well as follow-up maintenance.
MySpace Design Launches:
Gary Martin Hays


Imaging Foundation

Dead Game

Uncensored Interview

Barn Culture

Million Mile Challenge

ghostgirl v.2

PAM Transport

Blog Launches:
Freedom’s Rein

Dancing in the Rain

Coming Soon:
David’s Prom Official MySpace
Cameron Johnson Official MySpace
Jason Craig Website
Jay Della Valle Band Official MySpace
One Six Right Official MySpace Revamped!
Cathy Drake’s Official MySpace
BMV Version 2 MySpace
Double F Version 2 MySpace Official MySpace
Steve Lawrence Official MySpace
Taylor Paige’s Official MySpace

Read also MySpace Design

My First Week

My first week at Pearse Street went well. I’ve already learned a great deal about web design, most of which has surprised me. Running a successful web design business is no cake walk. The team has to constantly push to get projects out the door yet stick to our strict quality standards. After many combined hours of hard work the result is an elegant and effective web presence for our clients.
On the coding side I’ve already remembered and learned more about how important it is to be creative in the design process. Even for things that seem cut and dry there is always room for innovative solutions. I spent several hours last week tweaking a CSS stylesheet just to rid a layout of a few black pixels that weren’t getting hidden properly. It was tedious but necessary for the quality of the site.
I also remembered how important it is to use all of your resources. Photoshop brushes can help you speed up creating impressive work. Web design would be impossible with out the using the support of the design community.
Its unfortunate I only have two weeks left of my internship, but it has already been quite rewarding.