See my work below and click through to read a little more about the website process used with each site.

Pamela Millis homepage screenshot

Pamela Millis

This local psychotherapist needed a gentle and inviting web presence to showcase her expertise. She was also in need of a rebrand since her previous office had been a collective and she was returning to solo practice. I branded the site using inviting colors and soft nature photography that underscores her calm energy and professional […]

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We website homepage screenshot

We!

The team at We! initially contacted me for email marketing work, but it quickly became apparent that their existing website could benefit from a design and functionality makeover as well. Using the Divi theme, I created a custom site that would show their professionalism, dedication, and fun personality, while making it easier to purchase from […]

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Smiling Hara Tempeh

A local favorite among people of all diets, Smiling Hara Tempeh needed a website that told their story and gave them the option to sell their products online. I migrated them to WordPress and set up an online store with WooCommerce. We picked a WordPress theme that would allow their product photography to take center […]

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Camp for Girls in Brevard website screenshot

Camp for Girls

This wonderful summer camp for girls had some complex needs. The public website as well as the private login area and blog just for parents had to be integrated and the existing public website migrated into WordPress. Above all it was important to showcase photos and videos so that parents could experience where their daughter […]

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Silver Leaf Natural Medicine website homepage screenshot

Silver Leaf Natural Medicine

After finding a new location in North Asheville, Silver Leaf was ready to update their website. One of our goals was to communicate the relaxing and welcoming atmosphere of their shop through the design and use of in-house photography. We also made it easy to make an appointment online and see what events were coming […]

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