Portfolio

Take Back the Tech!
http://www.ngopulse.org
Lime Design
Elastic City. Reshaping New York through new walks.
Kim Lieberman
Evermed Clinic
Citizen Journalism in Africa
Scott Hadfield's Blog

Hello Pretty

Year: 
2012

The client: I am the client! This is a website that I built together with Scott and three other friends as our own start-up.

The project: We wanted a very clean and beautiful online marketplace for individual designers and small businesses from South Africa to be able to sell their things online in a centralised spot, and we're the first South African company to build anything like this..

Hello Pretty South Africa home page
Hello Pretty South Africa product page
  

SANGONeT NGO Pulse

Year: 
2008 - 2009

The client: This organization, SANGONeT, was founded in 1987 before apartheid had officially ended in South Africa. It is a dynamic civil society organisation with a history closely linked to the social and political changes experienced by this country during its transition to democracy.

The project: NGO Pulse is SANGONeT’s NGO and development information portal. It is a one-stop Internet information resource for and about the NGO sector in South Africa and is a recognised and respected gateway to the development community. The NGO Pulse site is a large and high-traffic website, recently hitting the 1-million unique visitors milestone. The design is by Into the Limelight and my role in the project was to theme the site as per Into the Limelight's design. Development on the site was handled by Park Road.

http://www.ngopulse.org
  

Take Back the Tech

Year: 
2009

The client: This is an activist initiative taken by the APC. I worked together with a team of highly driven and efficient women who were running this campaign and working for the APC. We were dispersed across 5 different time zones.

The project: Take Back The Tech is a collaborative campaign that takes place during the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence. This is a multilingual website that got put together in record time. My role in this project was to pick up the theming, which had been started and not completed, and add a little polish to the site. The design is by Ezrena Marwan.

Take Back the Tech!
  

Evermed Clinic

Year: 
2008

The client: Evermed Clinic is a new clinic opened in Johannesburg, South Africa. Its aim is to offer high-quality medical care that is affordable to low-income families.

The project: Evermed required a clean-looking corporate website that lists the services that they offer, and gave directions to their premises.

Evermed Clinic
  

Scott Hadfield's Blog

Year: 
2008

The client: Scott Hadfield is a developer with project management & people skills. He lives in Vancouver and blogs about Drupal, travel and other miscellany. He is also my fiancé and I couldn't have his website be naked.

The project: Scott had had his personal blog for a number of years and never once had a personalized design on it. The aim of this project was simply to personalize his blog.

Scott Hadfield's Blog
  

Skipinions

Year: 
2009

The client: The client for this project is a passionate hobby skier who personally funded the project for himself and the community to make use of.

The project: The aim of the project was to produce a rating and reviews website offering similar functionality to Trip Advisor, though aimed very specifically at skiing and other winter sports. This site allows members of the community to write reviews and to rate equipment, accommodation and resorts. The design was handled by Iridesense.

skipinions.com - ski, snowboard, ski resort and accommodation reviews
  

The Photography of Tracy Dyan Edser

Year: 
2009

The client: Tracy Edser is a South African social documentary photographer who has won numerous awards, been featured in magazines and had her work exhibited internationally.

The project: She required a website where she could showcase her work. As with all other artist's sites, the brief was that the design had to be remain very simple and clean, and that the site should be all about her photographs.

Tracy Edser Photography - Home Page
Tracy Edser Photography - Gallery Page
  

Elastic City

Year: 
2009

The client: Elastic City is a startup based out of New York City. They offer artist-guided walking tours with a difference through New York City. Arrow Root Media handled the management and social media for this project and we collaborated closely.

The project: Elastic City required an e-commerce enabled site where they could sell their walks. The site handles payments by credit card as well as paypal, and has many customizations. Their beautiful design is by Lucha Design.

Elastic City. Reshaping New York through new walks.
  

Wedful In-house Themes

Year: 
2009, 2010, 2011, 2012

The client: Users of Wedful get to select a theme that their site should use. The clients are various couples who are planning their weddings. I built all Wedful in-house themes.

The project: Design drupal themes that worked within the contraints of the Wedful system. The themes had to be robust enough to handle the multiple different ways that people would be using them, and the designs had to try and appeal to a broad spectrum of users.

  

Kim Lieberman

Year: 
2007

The client: Kim Lieberman is a well-known and highly respected mixed-media South African artist.

The project: This client has several books published and the site had to match the design of the books as closely as possible. She required a website where her artwork could be clearly categorized and showcased.

Kim Lieberman