Blogging All Day

Finding Your Voice.

By Beth Beck / September 26, 2017

This blog is not about how you pretend you’re Beyonce in the shower. It’s also not about making a name for yourself on the dive bar karaoke circuit. This blog is about blogging and why finding your voice (or finding someone else to be your voice) counts if you have goals like: Getting site traffic Getting […]

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the key to seo is you

Your Blog is the Key to Your SEO – 5 Steps to Get Started!

By Maggie Cameron / July 10, 2017

You may think you need an IT professional, but ultimately YOU know your business better than anyone…YOU ARE THE EXPERT IN YOUR FIELD! A big thing that search engines look for when ranking a site is frequently-updated, high-quality content. The algorithms are looking for relevant information to the searches people are entering. You have to […]

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So Me Artisan Wares & Jeweler's Studio

So Me Artisan Wares & Jeweler’s Studio

By Maggie Cameron / May 31, 2016

I’m really excited to announce the release of this website! The client is So Me Artisan Wares and Jeweler’s Studio located in Glenshaw, PA. It’s a really fun shop that features handmade jewelry and lots of beautiful decor items and cute kids things. The owner, Amy Klein McGinley is also a jeweler and can design custom pieces! […]

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Running OM Green Website

Running Om Green Website

By Maggie Cameron / March 11, 2016

When Amy Gordon of Running OM Green and I first met, I knew she would be fun to work with, and I was right! She is very excited about her new juice business and we really wanted that to show on the website. By using bright colors and a funky typeface, we were able to put out […]

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Blooming Through the Chakras

Blooming Through the Chakras Event Poster for Lakeview Yoga

By Maggie Cameron / March 10, 2016

Kate Olson from Lakeview Yoga is putting on a spring event called Blooming Through the Chakras with Kendell Romanelli. Lakeview Yoga does a wonderful job of bringing in interesting guest instructors that really give depth and excitement to her studio. For this event, I designed a flyer that evokes the renewal of springtime, the bloom and reopening of […]

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About Wayout Design

By Maggie Cameron / September 18, 2015

At Wayout Design, we value our clients, and we want to help you succeed! We will design a website that brings together your business goals with your identity. Who are you, how do you define yourself in your industry, and where do you see yourself this time next year? These are all things that we can help you […]

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Wehnever S.A.L.E.S. Business Cards

Wehnever S.A.L.E.S. Logo and Business Cards

By Maggie Cameron / August 9, 2015

We recently designed a logo and business cards for Wehenver S.A.L.E.S. It was important that the logo make reference to the client’s last name, Wehn, so we used a little clock in the word Wehnever. The client is in medical equipment sales and much of his business is with medical lasers, so we also tried to incorporate […]

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Girl Friday Cooking Co.

Girl Friday Cooking Co. Website & Logo

By Maggie Cameron / August 9, 2015

Gretchen McNary is one of my most special friends in the whole world…ever, and folks, she is knocking it out of the park with her new business. In case you haven’t heard, she has a cooking business called Girl Friday Cooking Co. She puts out a weekly menu of 4-5 selections, takes orders via her […]

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Running OM Green Juice Labels

Running-OM-Green Logo and Labels

By Maggie Cameron / August 9, 2015

This was a quick and fun project! My good friend, Amy, is just starting a business making juice. It’s called Running OM Green–check out her Facebook Page for info. It’s delicious or should I say OM-azing! She needed a logo to get started and they we moved into label design. I love how these turned […]

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New Website for The EHE Foundation

By Maggie Cameron / August 7, 2015

Wayout Design just completed a website for a cause very near and dear to my heart. I was diagnosed with Epitheliod Hemangioendothelioma (EHE) in 2011. Try to say that one three times fast! It’s a very rare sarcoma, and when I was diagnosed, I could barely find anyone that had it. Then, a small Facebook group […]

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Wehnever S.A.L.E.S. Website

Wehnever S.A.L.E.S Website

By Maggie Cameron / July 9, 2015

This project was for my friend John Wehn for his medical equipment sales business called Wehnever S.A.L.E.S. John needed a website that highlighted the various medical equipment vendors that he represents. It was designed with a target audience of physicians and other medical professionals. Videos and informational PDFs are readily available under each product and vendor, […]

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Why choose custom web design?

Why Choose Wayout Design Over DIY Web Design?

By Maggie Cameron / February 10, 2015

DIY web design is everywhere. GoDaddy, Network Solutions and Wix all offer site building tools that seem easy enough to use. For some of you that may be all you need, just a few clicks, and your site is up and running. Most of you, however, will want a little more. Think of it as […]

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Berry Tree

Wayout Design

By Maggie Cameron / January 30, 2015

Thanks for stopping by to check us out! We are a small graphic design firm specializing in WordPress-based, mobile-responsive websites for small businesses. Along with our web skills, we also offer a full suite of print design services. We can take your business from logo design and business cards to promotional materials and websites. Brand strength and […]

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Christine Parker Fitness

Christine Parker Fitness

By Maggie Cameron / January 24, 2015

This website was actually finished some time ago, but I forgot to post it up here. It was designed for Christine Parker. She is a fitness instructor, motivator, mother of four and wife. I really don’t know how she does it. Unbelievable energy! During the process, I arranged to come take photos of one of […]

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What is WordPress?

By Maggie Cameron / September 1, 2014

Wayout Design exclusively uses WordPress to build websites. Wow, is it that good? Yes, it is! We’ve been very lucky that our recent clientele have been very trusting about our WordPress crush and have allowed us to go ahead and develop their sites in WordPress without really knowing what it is. For those of you who […]

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