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Curriculum Consultant

Mar 1, 2021

Educational consultants want to put their best foot forward to make a good impression on the educational professionals that would be hiring them to make such a huge impact in their schools.

Essential branding components like logos, fonts and colors make a lasting impression and should be compiled with care to make sure the website reflects not only the website owner but also speaks to the visitor as well. Curriculum consultants want to portray themselves as the professionals they are, relate to their audience of professionals, but also show they are accessible, knowledgeable, supportive, provide quality assistance and are responsive! That’s a lot to convey through words, let alone the looks of a website!

Angela of ADLalor Consulting, wanted to present a concise message just like this through her website as she gets online to show her expertise in the professional learning field. We accomplished this by using an easy to read body font, a header font with a little character, and pulled in a mossy green, Tuscany orange and off white with a subtle background pattern. Reassuring colors and quality fonts.

 

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Angela wanted to keep things simple with a brochure-style website. Her home page highlights her experience and gives the user the opportunity to visit her Services page, her Books & Resources as well as her Blog. From her Books and Resources page, visitors can read more about the two books she’s authored and follow an external link to purchase.

To learn more about this project, read A Curriculum Consultant’s Website Project.

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Hello! I’m Tricia, and I help consultants get online with websites that aren’t only great to look at, but that reflect the quality service you provide and do the heavy work to get you booked!

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