New dynamic website for Lorraine’s Breast Care Studio and More

Lorraine’s Breast Care Studio and More is a Carleton Place, Ontario business that offers a very personal and intimate setting for breast prosthesis fittings and mastectomy projects. It also offers a mobile service for those that are unable to come to the studio. Lorraine’s is owned by Crystal Harris and and named after her late mother. She has many customers from the Lanark County area, as well as, Ottawa and surrounding areas that are looking for that personal attention.

After completing a Digital Marketing Strategy Plan for Crystal at Lorraine’s Breast Care Studio and More, it was clear that a new dynamic website would help reach her marketing goals. We discussed with Crystal her goals, design preferences and website functionality requirements. She now has a dynamic new website to help support her digital marketing efforts. We worked with Paradime Design and IT Solutions to develop the website.

Project Requirements

  • Digital Marketing Strategy Plan
  • Website Design and Development
  • Website and Social Media Management

 

Lorraine's Breast Care Studio and More Website Design

 

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Humble Home website design

Humble Home is a  Lanark Highlands-based landscaping and timber frame design business. They build and design landscapes and small homes using natural and sustainable materials that create a symbiotic relationship between people and places.

We created the logo design and branding for Humble Home to represent their services and earthy and sustainable vision. The website showcases their beautiful landscape designs, while being easy to navigate, mobile friendly and dynamic.

We worked with Paradime Design an IT Solutions to ensure the design work was translated perfectly into a dynamic, responsive website.

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Humble Home website design

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Social Media Branding for Stewart Park Festival

The Stewart Park Festival is a weekend music festival in Perth, Ontario. The organizers and manager wanted to reach a wider audience this year and decided to step up their marketing efforts. This meant developing a new website, and developing a stronger social media presence.  I cleaned up their existing logo and made it into vector-format for printing. The design for the social media channels is based on the new design for the website that they had created by PurplePress. Four artists are highlighted to display an example of the festival’s great line up.

On Facebook, if the cover image is click on, it will go to a description of the image and a link to the Performer line up page.  This is another great way to get visitors on Facebook to find out more information on your website.

The Twitter banner is much larger and continues the same images, fonts and colours for the brand.

For the YouTube banner, a very large image much be uploaded, so it looks good on in TV format, but only a small strip shows on computers, and a even smaller amount is shown on mobile devices, so all important information most be centered.

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