The small business specialist
I own and operate three small businesses and understand the needs, wants and fears that can come with ‘doing it yourself’. As such, I focus on helping new businesses that want a dynamic web presence, and a kick ass website that is built on cutting edge digital architecture.
Check out my other operations here:
Setting the new benchmark in authentic cosy cool. Ireland’s first Natural Wine & Tapas Bar, also a daytime cafe, live music venue and cultural hub with film and poetry evenings, large range of board games, vegetarian, vegan and celiac friendly food, GMO & Palm Oil free food as well as a large range of books available to loan, read or buy. The jewel in the crown is the massive vinyl record collection. My wines are all natural and made small-scale, by some of the best craftsmen in the world. I also run wine tasting events and wine tours via my other company:
WAPT is the other business based from my design office, next door to the wine bar. I deliver bespoke photography training and photography workshops and wine tours both here in Ireland and abroad. I have a small gallery in the office and run my consultations and deliver web training from here too. I built all my websites and do all my own design work.
Contact me today to find out why my approach is different and how it can you and your business progress, and flourish.
Why choose Wild Atlantic Web Design?
10 Reasons to apply to Wild Atlantic Web Design for your project.
Professionally taken and edited photographs for your site (if required)
Social media integration & design
20yrs of design and solution-focused copywriting experience
Advice on domain names, hosting and each stage of your project
Ongoing support, advice and training on how to maintain, modify and update your site
Access to training videos and manuals for WordPress / Google Analytics / SEO
Mailchimp email campaigns advice and integration
A custom ‘favicon’ and / or ‘Gravatar’ for your site(s)
Logo design advice and service
Print / brochure / marketing design available in-house.
Graduating in Environmental Science, I took a temporary job in advertising, designing adverts for 'Redtops', Broadsheets and magazines. I then worked over two decades in the public, private and voluntary sectors in the area of youth and adult training, project management and designing intervention programmes. All of which involved a multitude of skills, including copyright and design.
Moving to Ireland nearly ten years ago, I now design functional, user-friendly websites - an extension of my writing and photography work.
I also own a run a small business, so I understand the pressures involved and the solutions required...
Contact me today to find out how I can help your project!
Why an Eagle Logo?
To me, the Eagle is a symbol of nature, of freedom and of strength, when designing my businesses and logos, I wanted something to reflect my own beliefs, whilst retaining some link to the locality. Here's how it fits...
Long before St Patrick’s visit in 441, the Reek was known by its ancient name of Cruachán Aigli. The area around the mountain was known in Irish as ‘Aigli’.
The village of Murrisk was referred to as ‘Muiresc Aigli’ with ‘Muiresc’ meaning ‘Sea Swamp’. ‘Cruach’ in English is a variant of ‘rick’ or reek, or stacked-up hill and refers to the cone-shaped mountain. Some translators took ‘Aigli’ to mean‘Eagle’.
On foot of this interpretation, the coat of arms for Westport town incorporates an eagle and, in the nineteenth century, part of the ridge extending eastwards from the peak or Reek was still called Mount Eagle.