We’ve had the good fortune to be featured in some pretty cool places, both online and off! You can check out a few of the articles about and by us, interviews, and other such things below:

Amanda was selected as one of Ali Brown’s top 10 “Entrepreneurs Who Thrive”:
Amanda was named to Forbes.com’s list of 20 Inspiring Young Female Founders to Follow on Twitter:

In From Zero To Six Figure Business, Sally Hope interviews Amanda about what made her decide to go the entrepreneurial route, how she knows which ideas to act on, and more.
Amanda is a Featured Entrepreneur on l’academie [five.twenty.two], discussing “Is it possible to live a meaningful life, get your message to your ‘tribe’, and make great money, too?”

Notable.ca’s series, Taking the Plunge, takes a closer look at how and when three entrepreneurs knew it was time to launch a business.
Denise Duffield-Thomas, best-selling author of Get Rich Lucky Bitch highlights Amanda in her article,“The Easiest Way To Make Money In Your Business (Without Stress or Burnout)”.

Amanda is featured as one of Alina Leang’s 10 Design Entrepreneurs You Need to Know on SoulBucket.com
Amanda was showcased in Nikki Jumper’s blog post, ‘How To Look Hot In Photos’. Nikki is also the supremely talented photographer who captured the stunning photos of Amanda throughout this site.

Amanda was interviewed by Upstart Business Journal about Your business won’t be the first to screw up; 15 ways to turn a ‘whoops’ around
Amanda is featured on Raising CEO Kids, and talks about ’11 Tips for Introverts Who Want to Embrace Public Speaking.’

Amanda is featured among Heather Thorkelson’s“high-fiving ladypreneurs” in this “roundup of some of {Heather’s} favourite women on the interwebs.”
Amanda, a member of the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invitation-only nonprofit organization comprised of the country’s most promising young entrepreneurs, was asked about The One Quality Startups Look for in a PR or Advertising Agency.”

Watch highlights from Amanda’s #StartupLab chat with The Young Entrepreneurs Council and Young Female Entrepreneurs, discussing ‘How to Differentiate Your Design Services,’ ‘Web Design Trends’ and ‘How to Combine Travel and Work!’
Amanda, a member of the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invitation-only nonprofit organization comprised of the country’s most promising young entrepreneurs, was asked about Hot industries to watch in 2013.”

The Story Exchange , “Where Women Mean Business” profiled Amanda and her Girls Guide to Web Design:
Find out the inspiration behind Amanda Aiken and Justin Verrall, the husband + wife duo behind Girls Guide on Notable.ca:

Shout-out to Green Geeks Superfan Amanda Aitken!
“Writing Code for Websites is Fun?” Amanda tells us why and how on Alumni Gazette:

Amanda shares her top pic for Branding Experts to Follow on PersonalBrandingBlog.com:
Amanda is quoted in ReadWriteWeb’s article discussing the hardest thing that she’s had to do as a business owner:

Amanda was quoted on Mashable in 6 Ways Nonprofits Attract Top Tech Talent:
Amanda’s post on Cult MTL - Five Reasons Why Women Should Code:

Amanda was quoted in Open Forum’s 13 Tips to Make Vacations a Reality:
GG2WD was named as one of Tech.li’s 9 Resources for Women to Quickly Pick up Technical Skills:

Amanda was interviewed by Liz Longacre of GentleLivingOnline
Interview with Anne Samoilov: “How to Launch Like a DIY Girl”:

Amanda is quoted in “7 Tips for Women in the Tech Industry” on Mashable.com:

Interview on Uncaged Lifestyles: Amanda Aitken, Unconventional Web Designer at GG2WD:
Amanda is quoted in “The Ultimate TV Schedule for Entrepreneurs” on The Next Web:

Amanda’s Live Stream interview on Online Branding (with Jennifer Donogh at Young Female Entrepreneurs):
Catch us in Oh My! Handmade Goodness’ Businessy Goodness Guide:

Amanda is quoted on Entrepreneur.com: Taking Your Business Mobile: The Basics:
From Corporate People-Pleaser to Web Design Empowerer – interview with Amanda at The Career Stylist

Amanda’s interview on Everything Internet Radio:
Amanda is quoted in Small Biz Trends’ piece on Useful Interview Questions to Ask Job Applicants:

Girl’s Guide to Web Design student Elizabeth, owner of Seagrass Studio, comments on her GG2WD experience:

Montreal Web Designer Helps Women Get Over Their Fear of Code, by OpenFile Montrealby Tracey Lindeman:
The problem with your web designer: why hiring out your site could be your biggest biz mistake on The LKR Blog:

Amanda Aitken featured on My Kinda Woman:
Amanda’s interview with Eric Dye on The Entrepeneur Podcast Network:

Laughter, Love, and CSS on Heartmade:
Amanda’s 5 Easy Steps to Get the Most Marketing Mileage Out of your Website on YFS Magazine:

Tuning Forks and Chocolate: How to Build an Authentic Business and Find Your Bliss, on ForbesWoman:
Get a Website in a Weekend with WordPress on Design*Sponge:

Understanding CSS on Design*Sponge:
Advanced Functionalities in WordPress on Design*Sponge:

Amanda chats on Inc. about early signs of entrepreneurship in youth

10 Fun Fonts To Try For Your Blog Logo on DIY Themes:

Amanda shares her opinion of 10 Important Aspects of a Great Office Space on entrerev.com.”
Amanda was featured in the University of Western Ontario’s “Viewbook” for future students as the university graduate representing my faculty (Media, Information, and Technoculture)!