Themelios Coaching helps lawyers master the non-legal skills they need for success and satisfaction.
Karen and Curtis Herbert, the founders, were waiting to fully launch their coaching business until after they had a website. They wanted to be able to put all the interlocking pieces in place and feel confident in Themelios Coaching's online presence.
They needed a website that would be able to share high-value video content while focusing on email list growth. And, of course, displaying their service offerings clearly. Their website needed to raise awareness of their new practice and position them as the experts they are in their field.
With their logo design already in place, we jumped into establishing their digital strategy before diving into the full website design for Themelios Coaching.
Supporting their overall strategy and business goals, we aimed for a professional, authentic and polished website design. While simultaneously inviting in a sense of humor.
Partnering together, we accomplished all this and more.
"Katie was very knowledgeable, organized, and created a thoughtful design that reflects our business and brand.
We chose to go with Katie because we liked her design approach, she seemed very familiar with how the website would interact with our other business platforms, had worked with those other platforms, and had the experience of working with coaches.
Katie easily answered all of our questions.
We were waiting to fully launch the business until we had a completed website, so we were able to put all the interlocking pieces in place and feel confident in our professional appearance online.
We have no hesitation in referring people to our site and we know they will have a good experience.
Communication was timely and relevant, she held us to achievable deadlines, and we have a site we are confident we can maintain. Within the great structure, she was also flexible in responding to our particular needs and timelines.
We were very happy with both the experience of working with Katie and with the outcome.”