Billi Hughes is a talented graphic artist and technology wizard with over 10 years experience designing and developing creative marketing that utilizes the right mix of technology and design to engage the audience. Billi successfully translates the client’s vision and goals into a clear and effective layout and design. Billi is skilled at designing and developing creative and integrated campaigns for direct mail, webinars, tradeshows, social media, websites, SEO, and new product releases that meet the company’s goals and requirements. Billi believes in the power of great design and appropriate technology to help organizations gain market share and presence, generate leads, and engage customers and prospects.
As a work from home mother of two I can get a little stressed. I have gained a passion for running to calm me. Here is my running blog.
Skills // Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Dreamweaver, HTML, CSS, Graphic Design, Marketing, eMarketing
Food & Vine Business Card
“Big Hockey Wins”
Sheraton Go Green
Pig Photo Mosiac
Sheraton Table Flyer
Web Banner Image
Iowa Guard Ad for Sheraton West Des Moines
Food Bank Flyer for Sheraton West Des Moines
Wedding Ad for Sheraton West Des Moines
About this Blog // Photography was my first love. I love taking pictures, mostly of my girls. Then I discovered Graphic Design. This blog has a little of this and a little of that.
I was recently given bath salts for my birthday. I love bath smelly stuff so I was pretty excited to get this. The problem? When would I ever have time to take a bath? With two small kids I can barely go potty by myself. I carried the salt upstairs, fully expecting to put it under the sink waiting for the time when I could enjoy it.
As I walked into the bathroom to take a shower, with both girls, (cause why would they let me shower alone), I seen my empty container of salt scrub. Hmmm . . . I wonder . . .
I took out the container of coconut oil from my drawer (I use it to remove my waterproof mascara) and dumped in some of the salt. I looked around for something to stirr it (surprisingly there was no spoon) and ended up using the end of a comb. Don’t laugh, it works. It still seemed a little runny so I added more until it looked like a thick cream.
Tested it right then, in the shower, and loved it. The coconut left my skin so soft. The lavender smelt wonderful. And bonus – exfoliation.
Try it out! Let me know what you think!
When you get a request to take a picture of a field of green it would sound easy. Unless you are in Wisconsin where it has been snowing since we arrived. Mary took the girls and I to the lodge to meet her fellow scrapbook friends. We had a great time and it was even more fun trying to come up with the “field”. So, here it is, a warm & inviting picture hidden in a quaint lodge filled with laughter, while the snow falls quietly outside.
March 15 – Field of Green
We are spending the next four days in Wisconsin with the in-laws. Today we have been trapped inside with a sick kiddo. I am lucky to have gotten her off my lap long enough to have a few moments of photography. My mother-in-law has a few plants around the kitchen which help bring the feel of spring. It is a nice feeling to see the green when you look behind and see the snow drifts.