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Testmonials for Eyespace Digital, Isle of Arran & North Ayrshire


Meg El Adm. Lamlash Bay Hotel, Isle of Arran.

Creating a new website can be a daunting process. Especially if IT skills are not your forte. Will I be able to get across my "Vision"? Will I be able to follow and understand how it works and what the content should be?
Tom from Eyespace Digital came recommended and I am so pleased we used him. Tom is patient and understanding and has an uncanny ability to come up with exactly what you meant. His guidance, expertise and advice have resulted in a website we are proud of and the bookings are flowing in! We never had to chase up on Tom, if anything it was the other way around!
I am comfortable knowing that Tom is on hand to support us and it's been a pleasure working with him.


Gordon Kinniburgh, Island Cheese Company.
Tom built a website for me last winter. He was a pleasure to work with, explaining options and discussing our requirements in detail. I know very little about web building, however when I look at our site I feel as if it was built by me because Tom was excellent at understanding what I was asking for and turning it into web pages.
I would have no hesitation in recommending Tom to anyone who is looking for web design.


Jane Shirra, Falkirk District Association for Mental Health

A True Professional

Falkirk District Association for Mental Health's Arts and Media Group is a group of people with lived experience of mental illness using creative expression through different mediums, including creative writing, art, storytelling, photography and music. The group was awarded a grant to produce a short film highlighting issues of mental health problems.

Eyespace came highly recommended to us and we were not disappointed. Tom was reliable and flexible in his approach and did a great job of filming 'The Journey' and a performance of the group's drama production, which are both of very high quality, we are very proud of both.

Both of the films are featured on FDAMH's website, you tube and very shortly 'see me' and 'Scottish Recovery Network' plan to have it on their sites too. Stirling University are already using our film as part of the curriculum for social work students and psychiatric nursing students. The films will be used for years to come.