ELLEN O'ROURKE MEDIA.

WITCHES MAGAZINE

In early 2019, I created a niche, independently published magazine - the gap in the market? Modern witchcraft. 

 

Witches, an internationally acclaimed print and digital outlet, gained international recognition after its second edition by Stack Magazine Awards in October 2019.

I have hands on experience in the publishing process; taking an idea from its initial concept stage, through to marketing, printing and packaging the magazine.

Feel free to get in touch to find out more.

www.witchesmagazine.com

TOUCHBYTE

I began as a copywriting intern for TouchByte whilst in my second year of my degree.

 

Working alongside Jeremy and his team is what inspired me to develop my passion for business, and ultimately led me to undertaking a Masters Degree in Entrepreneurship.  

After I graduated, I joined the team as TouchByte's Marketing Consultant, to develop a strategy for their latest product release; contactless facial recognition applications in a post-COVID19 world.

 

Want to know more? Check it out here:

www.touchbyte.co.uk

EMPORIUM HELSTON

The space to make, eat and dream!

I'm currently working with Gill at Emporium to bring her design ideas to life. This has allowed me to explore my creative side, developing: designs, printed marketing materials, web content, and managing her social media. 

Working with small businesses is often personal, but to me, that's where the fun is. Watching a client grow their company, using my marketing and design skills has been a privilege.

Want to check out Emporium? Click here:

www.emporiumhelston.co.uk

DUNSTANVILLE

Dunstanville provides specialist, bespoke rolling stock design, engineering and project management.

My main aim for this project, was to develop their pre-existing website and copy, to ensure that the end-user truly appreciates this company offering, and what they, as a client, can gain from working with Graham and his team.

 

The previous website was lacking a clear direction and call to action; like many, cluttered with too much text and no obvious message. I redesigned the entire concept, leaving Graham and his team with a cohesive, functional website which is far more user-friendly.

 

It's currently a work in progress, but it'll be available here: www.dunstanville.co.uk