Demo

Original Phew! demo site

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Naturally, you want to see this thing, right? Take a look at the demo site to see exactly what you're getting.

Your website will look just like this – except:

  • it'll have a custom colour scheme, which I will create for you
  • it'll have a different header image, which I will add for you
  • it'll have your logo at the top left (if you don't have one already, I'll create a simple text-based logo for you)

And it'll have your content, obviously!

Phew! in action

Your NisabaYour Nisaba is a completely standard installation of Phew!. I create a custom colour scheme for every Phew! website. The logo is a good example of the kind of simple text-based logo I can create for your site if you don't already have one.

Reach For ResolutionRachel already had a logo for her business Reach For Resolution, so we chose colours and a photo to complement it.

Want some extra customisation?

If you're thinking, 'Hm, I love the design, but I'd love it even more if we could just change a thing or two…' then fear not. I'm happy to do some extra custom work on your Phew! site. If you're interested, contact me for a quote.

Here are some examples of Phew! sites with extra customisation:

Organiser PublicationsI did quite a bit of custom work on Organiser Publications: it has a custom header with a message overlaid on the photo; it has custom tables to display their pricing packages; and the pricing pages also have a custom submenu above the content rather than to the left. They already had a logo.

Creative Writing ConsultancyPauline already had some clear ideas about how she wanted Creative Writing Consultancy to look. Her chosen colours were no problem, as I always customise the colour scheme on a Phew! site, but she also wanted to place the name of the site within the header image, and centre her strapline above it. So I did a little custom work to achieve this. Other customisations were: a newsletter form on the front page, and in the sidebars of the site; a plugin to allow her to show books from Amazon in her blog sidebar; and simple tables for her pricing.