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About Me

About Me.

My name ‘Aisling’ ( pronounced Ashling) is the Irish word for ‘vision’ or ‘dream’. This was the inspiration behind the business name and I feel it’s very fitting as my main goal is to help you envision your dream website.

I grew up in a house full of technology. Some of my earliest memories are sitting on my Dad’s knee engrossed in whatever he was teaching me on the computer. As the various forms of technology evolved, so did my interest and skills.

My background as a primary school teacher has taught me invaluable organisational skills. I work carefully and efficiently with a deadline focused approach. Creating a strong working relationship with my clients, so that I can clearly understand what their business needs are, is of key importance to me. I take pride in creating a website that can boost profit and traffic, using responsive, aesthetic design and SEO.

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch, I look forward to creating your dream website.

I have excellent organisational and time management skills. I love to make clear and thorough timelines so that clients know exactly what to expect and when to expect it.

I value effective and clear communication. As a web designer, I know how important it is to understand exactly what you and your business needs and keeping you informed along the process.

I always work with a clear target in mind – bringing traffic to your website. I focus on responsive design, SEO and clear user journeys in order to help you a high performing website.

I understand that a strong brand identity helps you to differentiate your business from the competition and appropriately position your brand. I ensure that every detail of your website is in tune with your brand.

“I Haven’t Been Everywhere, but it’s On My List”


As a life-long travel fanatic, I feel very fortunate to have headed off on the trip of a lifetime in August 2019 with my partner. We travelled through Thailand, Taiwan, the Philippines, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Singapore before finally settling in Sydney, Australia. To have been able to see so much of the world, before the ‘C’ word even existed was such a privilege.

Leaving my dream teaching job, family and friends at home was a hard choice, but one I haven’t regretted for a second. After 5 months in Sydney, we moved to Perth and have spent the last year travelling around Western Australia.

I’m passionate about travel and will be starting a blog soon, sharing tips experiences and mistakes we’ve made along the way. If you would like to subscribe to be kept up to date please do!

I graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor of Education in Primary Teaching. Although I absolutely loved my job teaching in Limerick, I knew that I wanted to experience teaching in other countries before eventually ‘settling down’. I headed off in 2019 with the view of teaching in Australia.

I have so far registered and taught in New South Wales and Western Australia and have realised that there’s a lot of work involved in getting registered. I would love to share my experiences with any teachers who might be thinking of making the move. Interested? Subscribe to my upcoming blog.