NYBE needed a new lead-generating website for their Author-Editor connection service. I designed and developed a very flexible WordPress based website for them, which allows them to rearrange pages easily, and test what works best for their lead generation.
Lucy needed a brand new place for her social media & copywriting business, Lucy Lettersmith. Lucy needed a fresh brand, logo and website.
With listings for her services, a portfolio of past work, and a space for her lifestyle blog, Lucy’s new home on the internet integrates her entire freelance business into one perfect little home.
Start UK, an organisation who promote sustainable living in the UK, needed a new WordPress theme. Their goals were simple: easy to use, engaging, and vibrant.
There’s a lot of information on this site, and we needed to spend some time figuring out the best way of organising this to make it easy to find. We introduced themes alongside categories (so users can filter categories by theme, or view all the posts in certain themes), and the ability for special campaigns to run on the homepage.
Fellow Yorkshire lass, Jen, came to me during her brand refresh. After outgrowing her popular blog, A Little Bird Told Me, Jen was ready to make the jump to self-hosted WordPress with her new grown-up brand, J for Jen.
With a brand and logo already in place, I designed a website around Jen’s business and blog, creating a website that allows her to promote her social media & copywriting business and continue to write her lifestyle blog.
The result is an attractive, streamlined site that showcases Jen’s work, generates client leads, and makes the most of her fabulous photography.
Tamarisk needed a website to promote her coaching services, run her blog and (most importantly) be easy to update. I designed and made her website on the WordPress platform, a super easy system that she was already familiar with.
I integrated a newsletter sign-up system using mailchimp, too, so she can collect potential leads without lifting a finger!