LifeForce is our latest website design. It is a site to showcase all the holistic services offered by Grainne Toher, a pilates/yoga instructor.
The imperative behind this site was to make it mobile friendly and to develop the site further so that Grainne could showcase all the therapies she offers. A new addition is her blog which is linked to her social media to maximise the impact and reach of her content.
The site also features an ecommerce function. LifeForce has their own range of handmade Ayurvedic oils which are available for sale on the site. In addition there are ebooks and audio books available to purchase and download direct from the onlineshop.
We also redesign her logo to give it a new refresh and designed cover and profile pictures for her social media.
The tone and style behind the design reflects the healing ethos of the business.
“I had built a website but wasn’t happy how it conveyed my company messages. The technology and look on the self-build was clunky and restricted. I wanted something sleeker and slicker for LifeForce. I took a look at other work that Coppertops had done and felt confident in their approach and professionalism We met mid-way through the LifeForce website being built and I loved the way it was heading, the user-friendliness of the test site and Regina’s patient hand’s on training. Since launch I have had wonderful feedback on the site and clients comment on how professional it looks. The most obvious improvements have been my level of confidence about having a professional online presence and the improvement in how the LifeForce brand is perceived Coppertops contribute to the outcome I wanted by their hands on approach, great attention to detail, suggestions to add new features plus more info on Social Networking and how to link and develop that side of my business. Coppertops have much to offer all industries, however they really seemed to ‘get’ what I was trying to achieve at LifeForce. I would have no hesitation in recommending Coppertops – they know their stuff – you won’t be disappointed.”