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Published on July 4th, 2012 - - Reads 2,774

Client: AP Psychology and Consulting
(http://www.psychology-consulting.com/)

Brief: To redesign the look and feel of the original AP Psychology and Consulting website and incorporate new photography of the premises and a ‘Members Only’ Knowledge Centre.

Solution: AP Psychology and Consulting needed a flexible platform to reflect their ever-updating services and a space where members could gain access to important information and newsletters. AndMine provided the client with a WordPress CMS website that is able to be updated easily and regularly, constantly communicating to their database. The new design is clean and the information is clear with a bright new aesthetic to reflect the nature of the psychology business.

Results:

  • A clean, modern design that promotes the positive results of the business
  • A website that positions AP Psychology and Consulting as leaders in the boutique psychology space
  • Optimised calls to action and an improved newsletter sign up
  • Clear communication of the updating content and services provided by the client

 

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