Showcase: Herwitz Law

Branding & Website Design

Kristen Herwitz: Business lawyer for women entrepreneurs at Herwitz Law

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Logo Design

We worked with Kristen of Herwitz Law to create a new logo, sub-marks, and brand style to represent her personality. Kristen works with womxn-led, mission-driven small businesses. Herwitz Law is not a typical, traditional law firm. For example, Kristen’s approach to law is transparent, inclusive, and kind.

Squarespace Site Design

While going through the logo design process with us, Kristen decided to engage us to redesign her Squarespace site, too. Click to see the new Herwitz Law website. Our goals with the site redesign: to incorporate her new visual brand and to better showcase all the legal services and products Kristen offers. We provided guidance for her brand photography, which was beautifully shot by Keri Vaca.

Before and After Website Design

Content Strategy

Next, we helped Kristen assess her business goals and organize her site structure and content to guide visitors to her offerings. After that, to ensure alignment with her brand and current business goals, we reviewed and edited all copy. Kristen’s site was optimized for search engines, too.

About Kristen

Kristen’s site showcases her expertise in small business law and her transparent, accessible approach. In addition to providing issue-specific legal advice to small businesses, Kristen provides ongoing strategic legal and business advice to clients through her CounselHer service. For those looking for DIY legal contracts, Kristen also offers customizable contract templates. Kristen hosts monthly legal office hours and leads legal 101 workshops at The Hivery in San Francisco, California.

What would updating your site, or launching your very first website, do for your business dreams?

Reach out and let’s chat about your business.

Printable Project Planner and Calendar: February 2020

Prioritize Your Business Projects in 15 Minutes with this Printable Planner

Use this monthly project planner to help prioritize your business (and life) projects. Make a plan so that you’ll know exactly what steps to take to keep your business (and life) moving forward. Less second guessing and more doing!

Imagine the Possibilities

Download the calendar, commit to taking one tiny action per day, and see how much progress you can make.

Fifteen minutes of focused action, every day in February = more than 7 hours of work on one of your most important projects! Above all, taking action will help you feel better about how you spend your time!

The February calendar pdf includes 14 printable planning worksheets:

  1. “Priority Projects Planner” to help you sort through all your projects and decide which are most important in February
  2. February calendar with space to write out your top three tasks for each weekday
  3. Q1 Goals worksheet to help you keep track of your first quarter goals (for instance “grow my list”) and actions steps needed
  4. “Tiny Steps Tracker” to help you track daily progress on your top three projects
  5. “Achieving My Goals” fill in the bubbles worksheet, so you can visually see your progress toward a specific goal
  6. “Good Habits” worksheet to track any habits you are trying to incorporate into your life this month (exercise, walking, etc.)
  7. “This Week” worksheet to help you plot out what needs to be done each day of the week
  8. “Daily To Do” worksheet with lines for tasks to be completed and checked off each day
  9. “Project Plan” worksheet to help you plan next steps to take in your project and due dates for those steps
  10. “Mini Weekly To Do List” which you can print and cut in half to make a tiny reminder sheet for your desk
  11. “My Routines” to help you stay on track with any New Years resolutions you’ve made
  12. “Big Brain Dump” worksheet, where you can write out all the things that are currently taking up space in your brain
  13. “Today Planned” worksheet with a by-hour breakdown of the day, activity, project, and location
  14. My Weekdays Planned” worksheet with a by-hour breakdown of the week, day-by-day so you can see big picture what your weeks looks like

Speed up Your Planning

In addition, watch this video to see how to use this monthly project planner to choose your three most important projects for February!


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Printable Project Planner and Calendar: November 2019

Prioritize Your Business Projects in 15 Minutes with this Printable Planner

Use this monthly project planner to help prioritize your business (and life) projects. Make a plan so you’ll know exactly what steps to take to keep your business (and life) moving forward. Less second guessing and more doing!

Imagine the Possibilities

Download the calendar, commit to taking one tiny action per day, and see how much progress you can make.

Fifteen minutes of focused action, every day in November = almost 8 hours of work on one or more of your most important projects!

The November calendar pdf includes 13 printable planning worksheets:

  1. “Priority Projects Planner” worksheet to help you sort through all your projects and decide which are most important in November
  2. November calendar with space to write out your top three priorities for the month, and top three priorities for each weekday
  3. Q4 Goals worksheet to help you keep track of your goals and actions steps for the quarter
  4. “Tiny Steps Tracker” to help you track daily progress on your top three projects
  5. “Achieving My Goals” fill in the bubbles worksheet, so you can visually see your progress toward a specific goal
  6. “Good Habits” worksheet to track your project on any habits you are trying to incorporate into your life this month (exercise, walking, etc.)
  7. “This Week” worksheet to help you plot out what needs to be done each day of the week
  8. “Daily To Do” worksheet with lines for tasks to be completed and checked off each day
  9. “Project Plan” worksheet to help you plan next steps to take in your project and due dates for those steps
  10. “Mini Weekly To Do List” which you can print and cut in half to make a tiny reminder sheet for your desk
  11. “Big Brain Dump” worksheet, where you can write out all the things that are currently taking up space in your brain
  12. “Today Planned” worksheet with a by-hour breakdown of the day, activity, project, and location
  13. My Weekdays Planned” worksheet with a by-hour breakdown of the week, day-by-day so you can see big picture what your weeks looks like

Speed up Your Planning

In addition, watch this video to see how to use this monthly project planner to choose your three most important projects for November!


—> Sign up & get these planning printables + the Jewels Branch newsletter in your inbox each month.

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