Geoffrey Long
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Finishing Season: Dreamsbay deliverable packages.

This is something I've been meaning to do for a long, long time and finally had occasion to actually finish it: the Dreamsbay deliverable packaging. This is built using the Jewelboxing system, which is extremely slick, and I recommend it to everyone for ease of use and elegance of the finished product. The pictures here aren't the best, but I'll have to wait for the next opportunity to take some more good shots; I mailed off the finished version to a client this afternoon, and the prototype I built before that was, ah, pretty rough. (That's why we build prototypes, eh?)

Each of these will be customized for the specific client and project, hand-assembled and signed, with several business cards included on the inside tucked into a couple of white photocorners. I'm tickled with the way this came out, and it makes me smile to think of these babies sitting on my clients' bookshelves somewhere for future reference. Eventually, when I finish creating a Dreamsbay demo reel (maybe over Christmas), I intend to include a Dreamsbay promo DVD on each one as well, but that's way more time than I've got on hand right now.


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I'm going to regret this, but what with these new projects and that megaessay I posted yesterday, I'm going to reactivate the comments. If the comment spam starts going berserk again, I'll switch 'em back off, but let's give it a shot. I miss coming back here to see what y'all have to say about, ah, what I have to say.


Those are pretty sharp!

Looks great, Geoff! Very professional! I've been curious about the Jewelboxing system since seeing it on Cool beans.


Sorry. Couldn't resist.

Nice to be able to talk again.


For the record, I've had another 1,000+ comments pop up in less than 12 hours. This is starting to seriously piss me off. I have 890 entries in this weblog, so going through and closing them manually is going to suck, and it's too damn big to export to Movable Type. I expect I could disable comments, move the whole thing over to an 'archive' which is linked to from the first entry in the new MT3 install, and then go from there, but damn, I hate to lose all that history. Argh.

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