Don’t get me wrong, I absolutely LOVE creating websites for artists, however, it’s extremely refreshing when an opportunity comes along to create something that wee bit different.
Not only that, but also an opportunity to work with a former colleague and friend. Someone who knows what you’ll need to be provided with in order to create a brilliantly eye-catching website and someone willing to put full trust in you to come up with a contemporary design.
That is exactly what happened recently when Gayle Nelson contacted me to see if I would be willing to create a website for The Sunshine Kitchen in Cupar, Scotland.
‘The Sunshine Kitchen is a kitchen project for young adults with additional needs, who need ongoing support to be part of a working environment.’
Gayle Nelson launched the site on Facebook as follows:
‘I’ve been working to develop this project since April of this year, something which I hope will benefit my son, his friends and many other young adults with additional needs who may eventually find that they need some support to access a working environment and experience the sense of achievement that can bring. Today we’re delighted to be launching our new website, designed by the very talented and lovely Julia Douglas.
My favourite comments included:
‘Definitely cheers you up’
‘Fantastic website! Looks delicious!’
‘Great website – love the colours.’
‘It’s a fantastic website off to share it now! So nice to still have sunshine in November!’