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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We just completed some very interesting analysis to assess the business benefit of the design work we do here at Griffen Mill. We looked at the before and after impact of a Gold Design, specifically looking at designs by James Morrison of Blue Squash, who is part of Griffen Mill. The bottom line was an average benefit of over £1,800 per year to clients. To see the full analysis visit the WebHealer blog
I enjoyed working with David to fine tune my new site design. We had useful conversations by email that gave me constructive food for thought about key design issues and options. Not only am I pleased with the result but I’ve also picked up some helpful tips along the way. Many thanks! See full case study