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Griffen Mill is delighted to be launching a new approach to custom website design, which is now available for clients of WebHealer. It is called the Silver Design service and sits between the full bespoke service (Gold) and the self-service approach with help from WebHealer's customer service team (Bronze). Its an approach that works really well with the new mobile friendly Social colourMAX design and offers some really high impact stylish and individual looking website design at great budget prices, such as this example alongside. See the WebHealer Design Options Tour for more information.
I consulted James for an update and a revamp of my professional website as a counsellor and psychotherapist. In the past three years I have been developing my skills as an artist and integrating this into my formal work, so I wished to include some of my art into the website as a gallery. The text and the layout of the website has been organically co-created along the way between James and myself. The process has taken some time because I wanted to ensure the overall affect and the sense of the visual impact on the senses and emotional responses to this were inviting and alive. The outcome has been gradual yet dynamic. Integrated into the website are many quotes that have come to be of psycho-spiritual value to me over the years. There is included in this a quote expressed from the artist /therapist who has worked closely with me in developing my own unique and organic skills /gifts as an artist /therapist, Jaime Cahlil. The overall impact is I believe truly beautiful and it stands alone to invite the reader into the space. This of itself brings a sense of calmness and wholeness; which may extend to inviting those in distress to discover and to explore more their own seeking and desire for wholeness and healing. I hope that others also experience this too. See full case study