It's Monday and it's time to share a new website with you.
The lovely team at GEWA (Glasgow East Women's Aid) had great ideas of what they wanted to achieve via the website but their existing website didn't have the functionality to do this.
There is so much information on this site and it was extremely important it could be accessed quickly. The information needed to be concise and easy to find.
Today is another example of a new website for a client we have worked with before - it's always so lovely to be invited back.
Moon is a collaboration of women - the wise women - from a number of different disciplines who work together to offer tailored care to women during the different hormonal shifts of their lives.
These are all times when women can feel alone and where, historically, there has not been a lot of support on offer.
The Wise Women offer help through puberty, periods, pregnancy, breastfeeding and menopause.
We have worked with Lucy on a number of her projects over the years and so were delighted with the chance to work with her again.
Her new website, Back to Health Solutions, aims to provide you with all the health and wellbeing help you need to improve your lifestyle and make it work for you.
Lucy is a Registered Nutritional Therapist, a qualified Advanced Clinical Weight Loss Practitioner and a member of IICT (International Institute for Complementary Therapists). She also runs a gym in Strathaven with her husband, Alan.
We've got a few new websites to share with you but we're going to spread them out so you can contain your excitement.
The first website we want to show you is one we have recently launched for Isabelle Kerr Training Consultancy. We first worked with Isabelle when she was at Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis Centre and were delighted to be able to work with her again.
We were delighted to be invited to work with Rape Crisis Scotland on their Equally Safe at School project which officially launches today.
Equally Safe at School has been developed for secondary schools to help them take a whole school approach to preventing gender-based violence, with staff and students working together with a shared understanding and commitment to equality and safety for all. It's a project which is very close to our hearts.
ESAS was developed by Rape Crisis Scotland and Glasgow University. It was designed and piloted in several schools in Scotland with support from Zero Tolerance and a wide range of other voluntary and statutory partners and stakeholders.