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project portfolio

Otium Automation

Otium founder Cameron Tulloch was looking to elevate his website with professional website design services. We worked together to integrate their new branding in a sleek website that showcases their state-of-the-art automation services, and meets the needs of their growing business.

Visit the site here.

Otium Automation website home page, created by frances may design

Anemochory Consulting

Anemochory Consulting helps organizations uncover and confront colonial systems, to foster inclusive workplaces where everyone feels a sense of belonging. In developing Anemochory Consulting, founder Anna-Liza Badaloo needed a collaborative web designer who understood her vision and was able to work with her to represent that vision online. We worked closely together to ensure that her website was authentic to her values and offered an excellent user experience to her audiences.

The Anemochory Consulting logo was created by Madison Stavinga Design.

This project was created on WordPress with Elementor, with design in Figma.

Visit the site here.

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Anemochory Consulting website home page, created by frances may design

Summerhill Family Mediation

We worked with family mediator Lindsay Kertland to design and develop a custom website for her practice, Summerhill Family Mediation. Lindsay wanted a look and feel that was both professional and personal to her as a service provider. We created a colour palette and used images that represent her love of nature, and bring a calming feel to her clients and site visitors. The website was created on WordPress using Elementor. Visit the site here.
Screenshot image of Summerhill Family Mediation's website home page

The Impossible Happens

Social innovator Randy Terada was looking for a new look and feel for his philosophical blog, so he hired frances may design to redesign his website in a unique and fresh style. Since the new site launched, Randy has reported feeling more confident and excited posting and sharing his thoughts on the blog. This project was created on WordPress with Elementor, with design in Figma.

Visit the site here.

Logo for The Impossible Happens blog
In this screenshot image, text across the website header reads 'The Impossible Happens', repeated on a marquee. Underneath this says 'And it depends on focused work, shared knowledge, solidarity and collective activism'.

Jardin Infantil Academy

We collaborated with NF Websites to transform Jardin Infantil Academy’s branding and website. The Toronto-based childcare service provider was looking for a full redesign that would showcase their beloved daycare and camps, and align with their nature-centred philosophy. With the web development skills of NF Websites, we created a beautiful new site with improved navigation and an excellent user experience for parents and prospective clients. This website was made on WordPress using Divi. Visit the site here.
Logo for Jardin Infantil Academy.
Screenshot of Jardin Infantil Academy website homepage, designed by frances may design and developed by NF Websites.

Cognitive Insights Counselling

Longtime social worker Carolyné Phillipé-Baptisté connected with frances may design when she was ready to share her spiritual healing work with the world as an independent practitioner. Carolyné wanted a website that would highlight her uniquely powerful services, show her expertise and represent her personality and values. We worked together to create a look and feel that would help her stand out and encourage her clients to embrace their full selves.

Visit the site here.

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Screenshot of Cognitive Insights Counselling home page, designed and developed by frances may design.

Laboterra Cosmetics

Kristiana, the founder of natural and vegan wellness brand Laboterra, was looking to elevate her branding and e-commerce website to connect with her ideal clients. She reached out to frances may design to create a new look and feel that aligned with the simplicity and integrity of her beautiful products. We went with a minimalist vibe with a pop of pastel colour, and redeveloped her Shopify website to showcase the brand and improve the user experience. Visit the site here.

Inside Outside Retreat Centre

This custom website and branding was created for the Inside Outside Retreat Centre, an organization that facilitates spaces for well-being, rest and introspection. Their site was custom built on WordPress with Elementor Pro. The logo was also made by frances may design. The colour palette and fonts were chosen to evoke a peaceful yet energizing feel for site visitors.

Visit the site here.

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Screenshot of the Inside Outside Retreat Centre website home page, website designed and built by frances may design.

Call Her Kitten Styling & Vintage

Mary-Rose, personal stylist and vintage aficionado, reached out to frances may design to create the branding and website for her new business. Call Her Kitten offers styling services – including outfit creation, closet overhaul, and personal thrift shopping – in an accessible and friendly environment. Her mission is to make clothes fun again, and help her clients feel comfortable in their style decisions. The CHK website was created using Squarespace. Visit the site here.
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Screenshot of the Call Her Kitten website homepage

Darling Child Care+

This website was custom designed and built for a local (Toronto-based) boutique child care matching and consulting agency called Darling Child Care+. The founder, Robin, wanted a calm, organic feel that was appealing to busy families. We chose a natural colour palette with a pop of sunshine-y yellow, to represent an agency that is all about children, while remaining visually beautiful for adults. The logo was also designed by frances may design.

The Darling Child Care+ website was custom built on WordPress using Elementor.

Take a closer look at the site here.

Logo of Darling Child Care +. The logo looks like a half rainbow in three colours, with copper-coloured text underneath reading 'darling+'.

Kate Sloan (Author, podcaster and musician)

Kate wanted a home for all her projects, including published books, articles, her popular blog, music, podcasts and more. We designed a custom one-page website to showcase her work in a memorable and well-organized way. Visitors to Kate’s site can now easily navigate her projects and find what they’re looking for. Thanks to our updated branding, they can also get a clear feel for Kate’s fun, playful brand.  Kate’s website was custom built on WordPress using Elementor Pro. Visit the site here.
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Screenshot of Kate Sloan's website home page. The image shows Kate, with long curly hair, looking down demurely and wearing a pink collar and a purple tank top.
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