Cynthia Morissette Cyntactic
Case Study

Cynthia Morissette

about Cynthia morissette

The very second Cynthia Morissette dropped into our inbox, we knew we wanted to work with her. ABBA quotes and a little acerbic humour will get us every time.

Cynthia is a VERY fancy English teacher who runs courses in all different areas of English - academic, business, social - and she offers courses to help people brush up their English skills.

We admire her. When you offer to teach a course in a language where the sentence 'Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo.', is grammatically correct and actually means 'Bison from Buffalo, New York, who are intimidated by other bison in their community, also happen to intimidate other bison in their community.'... you're a very brave person.


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Cynthia didn't have time to dilly dally around with the design brief.

She wanted something simple, easy to navigate and easy on the eye.

For an English teacher, the text was extremely important so we chose readable fonts that work with large passages of prose. A bold, primary palette of colours complete this no bullshit, let's get it done brief.

Cynthia Morissette Cyntactic brand board mockup


Cynthia needed a site that said 'I teach English - want to learn?' so that's what we did.

With two options clearly set out on the home page, there's no need to waste time wondering what Cynthia is all about. We've spelled it out for all of the soon-to-be-English-experts who want to work with her!

A nifty string of logos to enhance her credibility and a bunch of irresistible red buttons make this web design complete.

Cynthia Morissette Cyntactic website


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When you're a teacher, you need collateral. Printables, checklists, cheat sheets... all that jazz.

We put together a tight optin for Cynthia to use to help grow her email marketing list (and it doesn't look like she photocopied her teaching aide out of a library textbook from 1983).


But enough about Cynthia... let's talk about you!

Tell us about your project and you'll be invited to have a chat with a member of our team to discuss in more detail.

We look forward to learning more about you!