Less Stuff

Lisa Cole Graphic Design, website design

www.less-stuff.co.uk is a decluttering site with a difference: it’s not about minimalism or denying yourself nice things. It’s about achieving a balance between minimalism and hoarding, loving everything you own and being able to find things when you need it. The site is fully responsive so it works beautifully on … Read More

Aware Mind Therapies

Lisa Cole website design

Lesley Carter from www.awaremindtherapies.co.uk already had a website but when she wanted to update it she had to ask a designer to do it for her. She needed to regain control of it and merge it with a free blog she had set up on WordPress. I installed WordPress for … Read More

Flibbertigibbet

Lisa Cole Graphic Design, website design

Stevie Thompson, the director of Flibbertigibbet Theatre needed a website  that captured the essence and fun of the word Flibbertigibbet. Flibbertigibbet is often associated with flighty, gossipy, (usually) women but it also has darker connotations; being a name for an imp or demon. Stevie was in Bristol for a couple … Read More

Procrastination Coach

Lisa Cole Graphic Design, website design

I first started working for the Procrastination Coach when her website was very black and white. All the content was there but it wasn’t really doing what she wanted it to do. She wanted a website that showed more of her personality, was friendly, approachable but down to earth.

Hobbs Hairdressers Bristol

Lisa Cole website design

Hobbs needed to update their existing website so they could add news posts and use it to showcase their incredible fashion show. The previous site, although award winning was outdated and non responsive. For a high profile salon like this, a website that works well on phones as well as … Read More

Lactation Consultants of Great Britain

Lisa Cole Graphic Design, website design

Lactation Consultants of Great Britain are the professional association for International Board Certified Lactation Consultants (IBCLCs) in the UK. They have a large number of members who support breastfeeding mothers through private practice, on a voluntary basis and through the NHS. LCGB needed a site update, they had outgrown their … Read More