Maggie Jameson’s psychotherapy and counselling website is one of WebHealer’s standard mobile friendly designs that has been self-customised. Maggie has opted for silver and blue colours which is a great colour scheme for a psychotherapy website as it conveys sensitivity, integrity and trust. She has chosen a feature image of a leaf sat on a rock surrounded by water which complements this colour scheme and also incorporates a natural element which helps to bring a sense of calm and peacefulness to the site. The image of the therapist on the left hand side balances the home page nicely and her choice of clothing ensures consistency with the colour palette. These notes are based on observations of Maggie's website on October 17th, 2015. www.mjamiesonpsychotherapy.co.uk
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With the recent launch of Active Images, PHD Interactive have added a great facility to their website editor that we recommend clients make use of. It aids navigation and provides us designers with a great tool to engage visitors and encourage them to take a look at what's on offer... ideally resulting in an enquiry, subscription or some form of action. The website editor includes some free 'call to action' graphics (such as the one opposite) and we're also enjoying making custom graphics for our clients. Get in touch if you'd like us to make something for you.
David made the whole process of upgrading my website to silver very easy to do. Since I have little technological ability he made the process easy to understand. The emails I received from him were prompt and courteous. I felt reassured that my business needs to promote my website were being handled in a professional manner. See full case study