“If you are an author who wants a clear, simple, compelling-to-look-at and easy-to-navigate website, Nan Tepper is the designer for you. Who better than an avid book reader and champion of authors to design an author’s site? Plus — and this is no small matter — she makes the collaborative process of putting it together actually, almost, painless!”
Beverly Donofrio, memoirist, Riding in Cars with Boys + Looking for Mary
Nan Tepper, recommended by a mutual friend with a rock star website, gave me what I can only describe as a 24-hour professional makeover. In a surprisingly short period of time, I had a gorgeous website that felt honest and exciting. Based on a few phone chats, she was able to capture where I was at AND where I might possibly go, with no shaming questions or scary judgements. Look out world, I’ve got Nan Tepper on my side.
Marcia B. Loughran, Poet!!
“Nan Tepper has been enormously helpful to my business. Her knowledge, creative skills and practical experience propel me forward. She led me to winning results where I would have made rookie mistakes.”
David O. Levine, Agile Coach
“I loved working with Nan. She came one summer morning and sat at my desk. She looked at my books, at a few photographs on the wall, at a collection of stones on the sill. She gazed at the woods outside my window. And then she went back to her studio and knew exactly what to do. Intuitive, discerning, visually eloquent, Nan somehow organized her impressions to create a digital frame and structure perfectly suited to the work I do. I remain ever grateful.”
Akiko Busch, essayist, How to Disappear: Notes on Invisibility in a Time of Transparency + The Incidental Steward
“We couldn’t have done anything this wonderful without Nan Tepper doing it for us.”
Abigail Thomas, memoirist, Three Dog Life + Safekeeping
I wouldn’t run a business without Nan Tepper on board. She’s the artistic brilliance behind each and every piece of our branding identity from our website, to our postcards, banners, stickers, and more. Nan has an absolutely beautiful graphic sense, keen insight about business, and a sense of humor that makes the whole process a lot of fun.
Don’t think twice. Hire her. You won’t regret it!
Lorie Kram, educational consultant
“Nan turned my website around in a Nan-o-second.
It makes me want to write and shoot. I love it!”
Annie Scholl, writer + photographer
“Nan Tepper has designed 4 websites for me.
And every one makes me look taller, thinner, smarter.
No easy feat.”
Martha Frankel, writer, Hats + Eyeglasses
Executive Director, Woodstock Bookfest
“I was on a tight schedule. Nan Tepper worked with me to create a beautiful website right on time. She listened to my ideas, and then suggested even better ones, with my taste and goals in mind. I highly recommend her.”
Sari Botton, writer + essays editor, Longreads
Goodbye to All That: Writers on Loving and Leaving New York and Never Can Say Goodbye: Writers on Their Unshakable Love for New York.
“I believe my website is my business’s “first impression.” So, it needs to be perfect.
Nan is creative, professional, full of ideas and very responsive. All that plus hilarious and easy to work with.
Nan Tepper Design may be the easiest decision you make for your company.”
Paul Covello, Hotel Dylan, Woodstock New York
“Nan brings a dynamic, stand-out, modern design aesthetic to everything she touches. She has a talent for bringing her signature style to the party, while remaining true to your own voice and vision.
She helps you be your best YOU.”
Kristen Noel, Editor-In-Chief, Best Self Magazine
“Nan is speedy, professional and a joy to work with.”
Jacqueline Kellachan, Owner, The Golden Notebook Bookstore
“Nan gave Word Café its look — logo, website, bookmarks, print ads
and brought me kicking and screaming into the 21st century.
Which turned out to be FUN, thanks to Nan’s patience, good humor, and fabulous eye.
Hire her right now!
Nina Shengold, author + playwright
What a gift to work with the quick-witted graphic design genius that is Nan Tepper.
My website is a fresh articulation of my vision and my purpose.
Tracy Christian, documentary filmmaker, Sandgrain Productions