Coding and design are usually left-brained purely practical processes, but you speak the languages of empathy, energy, feeling and desire.
Translation – you risk frustrated communications with techies, or tasks completely put off for years in total avoidance.
I’ve dedicated my mission to being the bridge between the two worlds. I engage in web tasks on both the logical and emotional levels, speaking your language, and delivering a holistic and relaxed process.
Website design & Development
E-Course Design & Development
Sales page Design & Development
Website maintenance and tech support
Business planning and systems organization
Automation and Funnels
“I saw an increase in profits from the very first day of launching!”
Keisha Luke – Culinary Nutritionist
"In 3 Days, Laura finished tech tasks I’d been procrastinating for 2 years!"
Jennie Ward – Psychologist
"What helped me even more than your designs was your process…"
Deb Farina – Psychic Business Coach
“It was divine intervention. Plain and Simple.”
Michelle DeWitt – Intuitive Advisor
“I now have a website that I’m proud to share with the media and influencers.”
Jennifer Scribner – Author, GAPS Diet Practitioner
“She sees your potential and your potential transformation.”
Carmen Smallegange – Consciousness Coach
“If you are serious with your business, she’s the pro to go to, to cover your back.”
Klemen Thomas – Coach
UX Designer, WordPress Developer, Healer
When I was learning web programming, I threatened to throw my laptop out of the window on a daily basis. Then something clicked and it became a joy! It’s magical to configure software and write lines of code and see a design turn into a real functioning tool for generating business.
Around the same time I graduated as a nutritionist and started a practise combined with energy healing. I began attracting other health-based business owners as my web design clients, including nutritionists, psychologists, aromatherapists, doulas, yoga teachers, and more. This is when I learned how large of a gap there is in this industry for people like you and I. It’s rare to find a developer/designer who “gets it”. So I decided to bridge that gap.