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Site Launch: What’s Eating Your Child (the book)

We just finished and launched a book website for author and nutritionist Kelly Dorfman’s book What’s Eating Your Child. For this site’s design we used the colors from the book cover (bright, primary colors), but also added some design elements of healthy fruits, herbs, and vegetables.

What's Eating Your Child website

The book is full of really helpful information, but it is also written in a very accessible style—using case studies. As I was working on the site, I’d find myself reading entire chapters, curious as to what she figured out worked for each of the children.

Be sure to check out Kelly’s upcoming events—she’s touring in June, and her blog: Nutrition Detective (which touches on nutrition/diet for adults as well), is definitely worth a read.

Visit www.whatseatingyourchild.com.

Fine and Full has been re-designed

We’re excited to let ya’ll know that we have updated fineandfull.com to a new design (a modified pre-existing template). It was really time. We’re now on WordPress (moved over from Blogger). We use WordPress a lot for our work, so figured it would be good to use it for our personal blog as well. We’ll hopefully be more inclined to post here more often too.

I still owe all of you a slideshow of New Zealand photos — I haven’t forgotten. Now that the template is updated, I am much more likely to do it.

Anyways, enjoy! (Must go feed the cat; it’s late.)