South Africa Partners Website Launch

I love my job at Sperling Interactive. We work on some awesome websites and are often able to fully flex our creative muscles. With my personal connection and travels to South Africa, it was an honor and so much fun to design and build the new South Africa Partners website. Most of the pages have their own custom designs, it was a welcome challenge trying to figure out how to design each page and utilize the content within the design. This was also a big project in making the custom designs dynamic. What good is a WordPress site if you don’t have access to all (or most) of the content you may need to edit on your own? Also, the photos are great, they really contribute to the design. Custom photos make all the difference on a site, way better than stock photos.

This is definitely one of my personal favorite sites that I’ve ever worked on. South Africa Partners does great work and it was rewarding to collaborate with them and get their new site up and running.

Sila King’s Website

I recently helped my dear friend Sila King make a website for her photography portfolio. Sila knew exactly what she wanted her website to look like. I luckily found a theme that was very similar to what she wanted! We worked pretty closely together on this project, finding the best ways to exhibit her work through her website. I love how minimal this site is! It’s nice to build something simple and beautiful.
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Tony Bartone Yoga Website

My friend Tony is a fantastic person, as well as a phenomenal yoga teacher! We started working on his website back in January, and it was kind of a lazy work in progress for the both of us. One of those things you work on once in a while during the rare moments when there’s nothing else on your to-do list. Well, we finally are finished, live, up and running. I love this site, I think it will help Tony get to the next level of professional awesomeness.

Love you Tony!

Check it out…

Going Live with CampLink

This is the debut of my newest web design project, CampLink. I built the site in WordPress, which I am really enamored with at the moment. CampLink is the free summer camp referral service run by people who go to summer camp. “We know camp because we go to camp.” These are not camp moms, these guys really know their stuff. One of my old professors connected me with Cory and Frank, the guys who run CampLink. They are a ton of fun and also really great clients. It’s been great working with them and I hope we can collaborate more in the future!

Click here to visit CampLink, and check out their Facebook page.


James Mollison // Where Children Sleep

James Mollison is one of my favorite photographers. His series, Where Children Sleep is what inspired my own project, taking photos of people in their bedrooms…

[quote]”I found myself thinking about my bedroom: how significant it was during my childhood, and how it reflected what I had and who I was. It occurred to me that a way to address some of the complex situations and social issues affecting children would be to look at the bedrooms of children in all kinds of different circumstances. From the start, I didn’t want it just to be about ‘needy children’ in the developing world, but rather something more inclusive, about children from all types of situations.”[/quote]

Bedrooms are usually our most private place in our home. You can tell a lot about a person based on the contents of their bedrooms. A bedroom can be a sanctuary, or a place of dread. Where Children Sleep is beautiful.