From time to time, I share websites that my Website Creation Workshop students; they are so inspiring I want the world to see them! Today, I’d like you to meet Laura Gasparrini who recently completed my Website Creation Workshop Coaching Program!
Laura is an artist, educator, counselor and inventor. She has been teaching the Art of Beadwork for over 15 years and creating jewelry since childhood.
She is the principle designer and owner of Om Tara and creates Inspired Adornment and Talismans for women. Laura is the inventor of the Easy Crimp™ Crimping Pliers and the developer of Om Tara’s line of precision beading tools. When you see Laura’s simple, but very well-thought-out creative home page, you’ll instantly know what she does. The company name, heading, eye-catching image… Everything is so concise and effective. We tend to want to cram so much information in our websites, ending up confusing site visitors. Go visit Laura’s site and you’ll know she first had her customers and prospects in mind when designing it. A great example of user-friendly website!
Here is what Laura says about her work: “People say my work makes them feel empowered, confident and beautiful. Whether I am designing a piece, teaching a class or workshop, developing a tutorial, or coaching a Jewelry Artist, my intention in all that I do is that we recognize and celebrate our unique beauty and purpose. Om Tara and Inspired Adornment continue to expand as I explore and discover my own creative expression; both are infused with the compassion, hope and expansive love a mother feels for her child a reflection of the beautiful seed of possibility expressed through each of us.” …and here is what Laura Has to Say About the Website Creation Workshop: “The workshop delivered far beyond my expectations… I now have a direction, a great foundation and the confidence to move forward with a bigger vision for my business. …I could not have asked for a better mentor and teacher… Throughout your course, I felt held, supported, guided and inspired; I felt safe to leap forward and listen to myself. I look forward to learning more from you in your future offerings! Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!”