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BP&O is a blog dedicated to sharing opinion on the latest brand identity and package design run by British designer Richard Baird.

The site has seen some fantastic growth over the last six months. While this is great, there are new challenges that arise from this. Weekly Mailchimp newsletters, CDN (providing faster access to the site), hosting and typekit costs have all increased as more traffic comes through the site. BP&O does have one small ad that contributes to some of these costs, but with a desire and commitment to developing a more robust site with improved visitor experience, BP&O really needs some additional funding, that's where you come in!

If you'd like to help BP&O to grow and continue to be sustainable, please consider a small donation.
Rewards
Pledge $5 or more per month
By pledging this amount BP&O will share its gratitude on Twitter and follow back.
Pledge $50 or more per month
BP&O is into its 7th year, and over that time I've had the chance to see and write about a lot of work. I've also spent a lot of time trying to understand the technical aspect of design related blogging. With this in mind, I've a fair understanding of what works in the promotion of design work. By donating I'll answer a couple of questions via e-mail on design blogging and the promotion of design work.
Pledge $100 or more per month
BP&O receives a lot of enquiries asking for opinions on brand identity and package design work. Due to the volume, with only a few making it on to the site, it is difficult to reply to those simply looking for an opinion on their work. For those willing to donate, I'll set aside some time to look over your work and offer some thoughts. This is better-suited to those wanting feedback on current projects, rather than on those already completed.
Goals
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This is the big one, a full site redesign with improved layout and a better gallery feature. The site is built on top of a very simple, free and heavily customised template, you might not see this, but it's not ideal and the cracks are showing! BP&O is really about the work of talented studios and designers, so the site will remain simple but will be more stable, and better-suited to a variety of devices.
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BP&O is a blog dedicated to sharing opinion on the latest brand identity and package design run by British designer Richard Baird.

The site has seen some fantastic growth over the last six months. While this is great, there are new challenges that arise from this. Weekly Mailchimp newsletters, CDN (providing faster access to the site), hosting and typekit costs have all increased as more traffic comes through the site. BP&O does have one small ad that contributes to some of these costs, but with a desire and commitment to developing a more robust site with improved visitor experience, BP&O really needs some additional funding, that's where you come in!

If you'd like to help BP&O to grow and continue to be sustainable, please consider a small donation.

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Rewards
Pledge $5 or more per month
By pledging this amount BP&O will share its gratitude on Twitter and follow back.
Pledge $50 or more per month
BP&O is into its 7th year, and over that time I've had the chance to see and write about a lot of work. I've also spent a lot of time trying to understand the technical aspect of design related blogging. With this in mind, I've a fair understanding of what works in the promotion of design work. By donating I'll answer a couple of questions via e-mail on design blogging and the promotion of design work.
Pledge $100 or more per month
BP&O receives a lot of enquiries asking for opinions on brand identity and package design work. Due to the volume, with only a few making it on to the site, it is difficult to reply to those simply looking for an opinion on their work. For those willing to donate, I'll set aside some time to look over your work and offer some thoughts. This is better-suited to those wanting feedback on current projects, rather than on those already completed.