Who we are...
We began S'more Creative because there's no time like the present to start offering people great graphic design and web services. We've got a surplus of creativity and an unrelenting passion to put it to great use for our clients.
What's with the name?
Because what's better than having an edible mascot? Secondly, we love s'mores, but who doesn't? Third, we love puns and the word s'more has limitless potential for punning.
Where we set up camp
We are located in beautiful and occasionaly sunny Oxnard, California.
We operate out of a quaint and cozy tent (home office), mere mile(s) from the shores of Oxnard Beach.
Our Servicess'more about our services
Graphic DesignView Work
Visually communicating your messages & ideas with an awesome aesthetic.
Web DesignView Work
Attractive, Effective and Uncomplicated, that's how we roll/design!
- HTML email
- landing pages
Web DevelopmentView Work
You won't just love your website for it's looks, we'll make it work great too!
- We can't wait to work with you! So what can we help you with?
Our Head Camper
Tiffany Israel was born a baby. And by way of nature or nurture or just plain luck that baby grew up to be an aesthetic artsy, techy geek, creataholic who resides in Oxnard, CA.
Tiffany's been using a computer to create graphics since Jr. High when she used a Macintosh Performa.
An HTML class at Brooks Institute in 2007 sparked an interest in web deveopment that lead her to expand her knowledge through practice and just plain geeking out on web design and development.
More than you ever wanted to know about s'mores
A s’more (sometimes spelled smore) is a traditional nighttime campfire treat popular in the United States and Canada consisting of a roasted marshmallow and a layer of chocolate sandwiched between two pieces of graham cracker. National S’mores Day is celebrated yearly on August 10th in the United States.
S’more appears to be a contraction of the phrase, "some more." While the origin of the dessert is unclear, the first recorded version of the recipe can be found in the publication "Tramping and Trailing with the Girl Scouts" of 1927. The recipe is credited to Loretta Scott Crew, who reportedly made them by the campfire for the Scouts. It is unknown whether the Girl Scouts were the first to make s’mores, but there appears to be no earlier claim to this snack. Although it is unknown when the name was shortened, recipes for "Some Mores" are in various Girl Scout publications until at least 1973.