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Website Design by Girls with High Heels?
High Heel Creative is a business based in Belper, Derbyshire offering a different approach to Website and Print Design. In a male dominated industry, Rebecca's goal is to make websites visible to both male and females.
Qualified as a Financial Adviser, Rebecca fell into the design industry by accident. After a successful few years running her own independent financial advice firm, one of Rebecca's weekly tasks was publishing the blog piece on her website.
By the time 2016 had arrived, Rebecca had been employed to write several blogs by various companies who loved her style of writing whilst the pieces remained "Google Friendly" and full of useful content.
More work came about when a friend turned to Rebecca requesting she designs her a website which in turn led to business cards and leaflets.
"The feedback I received was amazing and I felt that I really enjoyed the whole process of blogging and designing websites from scratch, I'm no stranger to websites anyway" explains Rebecca Adams, Director of High Heel Creative Ltd.
"Before I knew it, an offer came on the table to sell my Financial Advice business so I invested the money into setting up properly and doing it full time. I'm currently inundated with work, with various websites in the pipeline, print design requests, extensive monthly blogging and social media contracts."
Rebecca prides herself on being able to design websites and printed materials with a girly touch and it doesn't stop there. 60% of her work comes from male controlled businesses.
Rebecca is able to create designs to appeal to any audience. The female customers Rebecca has have commented on how well she has listened and created a product or service website that will appeal to their target audience and their interests. These same customers have commented that when using previous web designers, they've struggled to achieve the 'look' they require from a male designer.
"I love fashion and when I've got free time, I'm always picking up the latest magazine and searching the internet for the latest trend. I hope I know what works when appealing to an audience, I'm not afraid to get my teeth into any type of website and I've already worked with consultancy businesses, a joiner as well as a forklift training business"
Rebecca is also keen to promote and support businesses locally and has recently teamed up with Belper Directory to help promote businesses in the local area. Rebecca has even set up a networking club based in town called Business Belper.
Rebecca concludes "Belper is my home town and I love the supporting local and independent businesses. I wanted to base High Heel Creative in Belper with the aim to have a shop presence in the future and actively support local, both digitally and in person."
You can visit High Heel Creative's website to see Rebecca's recent projects at https://designbygirls.co.uk
High Heel Creative Ltd