Kim Ronemus Design 


After six years at Vogue Magazine in fashion editorial and marketing, Kim started her own PR company representing small fashion and accessory designers. Her work with them included producing and promoting their shows; creating collateral print material,  as well as making sure they were getting the attention of the press. Enjoying the entrepreneurial route, she parlayed her skills in design and marketing into a successful children’s clothing company which she started with her sister in law, called Big Enough. The company instantly made its mark when the buyer from Henri Bendels picked up the line and featured it in their baby department. Stores such as Barneys NY, Saks Fifth Avenue and Nordstroms followed, and the manufacturing of these incredibly comfy clothes went from residential basement to Brooklyn to Hong Kong for production.

KRD Website Design, Branding and SEO

Kim Ronemus started Kim Ronemus Design after her 15 year-old company was sold to an investment firm. Over the last five years the company has become focused on web design and online marketing. Using WordPress as the platform for their websites, KRD creates websites for their clients from concept to build using responsive design techniques so that sites look great on mobile devices as well as personal computers. Knowing that it’s not enough in today’s competitive online arena to have a good looking website, KRD helps their clients create an online presence using the latest and most effective search engine optimization techniques. We are proud to say that the work we have done on an ongoing business relative to online marketing and specifically search engine optimization has realized millions of dollars in additional business for our clients. The key to this success is in creating a memorable online presence; making sure our clients’ sites are user friendly and deliver the information their customers are looking for in a clear and direct way; and then working every day to make sure their sites are found way ahead of their competitors in the exact search their potential customers are using.

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