Web design portfolio

examples of my work


Jo Turner Psychotherapy

Jo Turner sought a bold, text-focussed website to suit her relationship therapy practice. A clean and simple design worked well with the red colour scheme to create a neutral and easily accessible site.

Ali Burrell

Pilates, Yoga & Somatic Movement

Ali Burrell wanted a single-page website for her pilates and somatic yoga business. The site combines a gentle blue with an energetic, earthy orange and beautiful imagery to help convey the spirit of Ali’s work alongside the practical information.

Pete Connor Psychotherapy

Pete Connor wanted a calming website to promote his psychotherapy business. The lotus flower and triangle of Pete’s logo held specific meaning in his business, so the website was created around these colours and shapes using a soft green and appropriate imagery.

Bramham Therapy website

Bramham Therapy

Wendy Bramham wanted to redesign her practice’s website based on her new branding, and move it onto WordPress to incorporate a business blog. As her business evolves, so too does her website, and we are often adding new testimonials, staff members and events. I also designed new flyers, business cards and postcards to reflect her re-brand.

Rhea Hughes Counselling

Rhea Hughes wanted a website for her counselling practice that appealed to clients and reflected her own love of nature. I also designed business cards and flyers to advertise her business.

Heather Garbutt website

Heather Garbutt

Relationship Coach

Heather Garbutt wanted to create a new website to support and promote her relationship coaching business. Having a feminine and romantic feel throughout was important to reflect the nature of Heather’s work, whilst keeping in theme with the overall branding of ‘Calling in the One’.

Gary McFarlane

Relationship counselling and addiction therapy

Gary McFarlane wanted a refresh of his existing website. His website was already set up on WordPress, so I implemented a new theme, and we injected new imagery and re‑arranged content so it had a fresh, new layout and feel.

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