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Development, meet Design // Jan 30 // JLB

It seems the good people over at Wake Up Later have a few excellent words to say about the crossroads of design and development (primarily developers attempting design).  Believe it or not, assigning you

JLB WORKS honored for WilliamsonCountyFair.org // Jan 28 // JLB

Last week, the results of the 2007 of the Tennessee Association of Fairs Conference were reported. Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson announced that the Williamson County Fair won a first-place trophy for the fair’s website.

Fashion Influences Banner Ad Designs // Jan 25 // JLB

Fashion and online banner advertisements go hand in hand. I made this revelation this morning while working on www.FranklinIs.com. FI, (my nickname for the site) is one of JLB’s websites for Williamson County. After earning a degree and then moving overseas for a year, I came back to the States and I began working on this website. It started as a part time gig, to get my feet back on American soil and look for my life calling…Whatever that may be I am still not sure. However, now I am here full time and loving every minute of it!

Google offers easy dictionary check // Jan 24 // JLB

For those wordsmiths out there, I’ve stumbled on a really cool feature that Google has been using within its main search box.

It’s been quite handy when I’ve wanted to know information related to the definition, or definitions, of a p

New sign in our yard! // Jan 24 // JLB

For those passing by 223 Fourth Avenue North (FoNo) this week, you might have noticed a new sign in our yard.

Yes, finally!

After nearly five months at FoNo, we have found the time to design a classy new demarcation for the front. Special t

New designs, expanded services // Jan 19 // JLB

JLB WORKS, LLC, based in Franklin, Tenn., recently launched a new version of its brand identity, including a revision of its logo, print collateral and Web site design.

President and Head Enthusiast, Julian Bibb, says the new look coincides with