Posts in WEB DESIGN
CATCHFOOT + RUN

“I hired Ketaki to refresh my site. As a strategic brand consultant, it was especially important that I got my visual brand right. I couldn’t think of anyone better to work with and have been amazed by the results I’ve seen in just the last two weeks since my new site went live. Ketaki Poyekar nailed every step of the process and continues to make life easy for me as I figure out some of the more nuanced facets of my website. Hire her!”

— Rachel Melby // Brand Consultant

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MEND

“Ketaki has helped me realize so much of my own vision for Mend through her design work. This design effortlessly portrays a message of relaxation and harmony. I adore the use of simplistic flowers and the inclusion of a very peaceful herb, lavender in the brand she has created for me! Studio K8Ki has made this process a breeze, I couldn't be more excited by the results!”

— Peggy Osmundson // Massage Therapist

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MAMA MANIFEST

“Ketaki has helped me realize so much of my own vision for Mend through her design work. This design effortlessly portrays a message of relaxation and harmony. I adore the use of simplistic flowers and the inclusion of a very peaceful herb, lavender in the brand she has created for me! Studio K8Ki has made this process a breeze, I couldn't be more excited by the results!”

— Kira Malone // Holistic Energy Coach

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MICROMACRO.GG

“Ketaki has been a tremendous creative partner in helping to design Micromacro.gg website and logo design. I only had a vague idea of the theme for what I wanted and she was able to take that and run with it, including thinking of items and pages that I didn’t think of. She is also very open to feedback and change, and was wonderful to work with. Through her unique design approach, she evolved the brand to reflect a more premium look-and-feel, elevating every detail in order to reflect the quality and craftsmanship of our brand.”

— Linda Yuan // CEO + Founder, Micromacro.gg

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DEATHBALL

“I basically gave Ketaki a 24x24 sprite and told her to dig into the 80’s video game box art aesthetic — The moody over realized versions of the in-game sprites. I was blown away by what she came back with. After careful research and gathering of reference material, she produced a great representation of that aesthetic and it is one of the most commented on parts of the cabinets. Her work on this has fit so well that I plan to create posters of the two wizards facing off.”

— Tony Hauber // Game Design & Founder of DeathBall

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