LauraMizeWriting.com was designed to showcase a recently published book, other selected works and provide details to potential clients regarding services.
While Laura can and will write for a vast array of clients on numerous subjects, writing about Florida is her passion. Thus we worked to make the site very Florida-centric by using bright colors and state-specific imagery.
We also wanted to provide social proof through testimonials and reviews placed strategically throughout the site and created separate spaces for her journalism and academic/corporate offerings.
It is designed to have the latest podcast front and center, and allows viewers to easily subscribe to the podcast and/or listen to previous episodes.
The site also provides book reviews on all the books that the podcast episodes are about. The client wanted to make it easy for a listener to hear a podcast and then come to the site and find more episodes relating to it, a book review and a purchase link for the book.
Spanish River Church Planting provides financial and educational support to church planters all over the world. The organization wanted a central location where planters could access information and important news regarding the application process. They also wanted it to be a place where donors and their church networks could learn about the church planters and their communities and stay up-to-date on prayer requests and news.
The SRC Church Planting community is diverse, and so we decided to showcase that diversity through the use of video banners across the site. The goal was to showcase the people and their stories, bringing an element of community and family to the site.
JenMorris.Solutions is a basic profile website, designed to provide the owner with a web presence until she is ready to launch a full business site. Details about her services, testimonials and her biography provide potential clients more information and a way to contact her directly.
The unique slider on the main page offers an interesting way to provide information and visual interest without navigating away from the homepage.
The River Run 5K is an annual race put on by Spanish River Church. This site and the Ride 4 Orphans site (an annual bike ride put on by the same church) were designed to match in overall design and set up.
Since both events and sites are put on by the same church, we wanted a similar feel and aesthetic.
As with the Ride 4 Orphans website, this site was designed with two different focuses. The first half of the year the River Run 5K team works to bring in sponsors and donors. During this time, verbiage, stories and the user experience is designed to provide sponsors with everything they need to come on board.
The second part of the year is dedicated to promoting the race and encouraging both runners and walkers from all over the country to participate. During this time, verbiage, stories and design is shifted to provide participants with an easy sign-up experience.
The Harvard Business School Christian Fellowship Alumni Association exists to build a community of faith among Harvard Business School graduates.
I worked with the HBSCFAA team to create an updated, clean and easy-to-navigate site. The goal was to provide them with a digital platform to share their mission of creating a place where believers can reconnect with others who share both their connection to HBS and their most fundamental beliefs.
Tommy is a teacher, author, pastor and car connoisseur and loves to share all that he loves and learns through different blogs. This site provides not only his contact details but links out to all of his other websites.
Ride 4 Orphans is an annual bike ride that raises money to help orphans around the world.
Since its first year, over 2190 riders have participated in the annual ride and have raised over $210,000. One hundred percent of all proceeds go directly to chosen organizations who work with orphans and foster children locally and globally.
This site was designed with two different focuses. The first half of the year the Ride 4 Orphans team works to bring in sponsors and donors. During this time, verbiage, stories and the user experience is designed to provide sponsors with everything they need to come on board.
The second part of the year is dedicated to promoting the ride and encouraging bikers from all over the country to participate. During this time, verbiage, stories and design is shifted to provide participants with an easy sign-up experience.
CarSafari.com is a blog that focuses on the writer's annual Hot Rod Power Tour trips. While the homepage (not pictured) is relatively simple, the most visually interesting section of this site is the Safaris page. The writer is an avid photographer and wanted his pictures to be the main focus.
We designed this page to mimic a Pinterest board - allowing the pictures to take center stage. The secret here is to use different size images to create the unique Pinterest look.
We all know the old adage that "A picture is worth a thousand words", and this site is proof.