In collaboration with somatic sex and love therapist Rachael Nitya, my role as the lead designer was to develop an exceptional and inclusive visual language and identity. This encompassed creating brand guidelines, managing photography, selecting typography, overseeing the social media campaign, conducting market analysis, and designing a website that Rachael could independently expand upon.
My primary focus for this project was to design for inclusion by breaking down stereotypes. The result is a visually striking and bold aesthetic that welcomes potential clients, irrespective of their gender, background and orientation.
Mobile website:
Desktop website:
Brand guidelines:
Social media: 
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