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Bespoke Design Case Study for Counselling Client

Elizabeth Whyte

On February 16, 2017 we completed a bespoke design project for this counselling client.

About the Client

Elizabeth Whyte is a Counsellor and Psychotherapist, accredited with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. She has more than 20 years experience.

Summary of Client Requirement

Elizabeth chose a Silver level "Super Hero" design for her website, featuring a wide banner image and optional fade-in text overlaid on it. This was to make a big impression on the website visitor.

Design Considerations

The first image Elizabeth chose worked quite well in a wide format, but with the cropping required didn't really work as well as she had hoped. However, with a bit more searching she found an ideal "caterpillar becomes a butterfly" type image that both gave a positive vibe to the website, and also allowed for nice bright colour choices to be made for the other website elements.

Client Testimonial

"I am really pleased with my newly upgraded website and want to thank you for the trouble and care you took to help me work out the design. I didn't find the choice of design easy and was thankful to have your flexibility and input to enable me to make a good decision. I felt you had an enthusiasm for it which was encouraging. The resulting newly upgraded website feels very good and exceeds my hopes. I will recommend your work. Thank you."

Website: www.elizabethwhytetherapy.co.uk

Primary areas of focus: Blackheath, Greenwich and Chislehurst

Designer: David Law.

Project completed: February 16, 2017
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Site: www.lesleymcgowncounselling.co.uk
“Overall, it was a pleasure to work with James. He was very helpful along each step of the way and his explanations were consistently clear. I also much appreciated his patience and skill in optimsing the effect of the painting across my webiste. I have no hesitation in highly recommending his services.” See full case study