a portfolio of recent work
Noah Malone is a Team USA paralympic athlete who competed in the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, bringing home one gold and two silver medals.
Noah had fantastic photos already available, and I was able to put those to good use – always a head start for a great site.
The primary goals were to tell Noah’s story, connect fans with his upcoming Olympic competitions, and provide a platform for his book sales.
He was also interested in connecting a newletter system for direct, recurring contact with fans and potential customers. Combined with a finely tuned mobile site, I was thrilled with how this project turned out – and I definitely became a huge fan.
Deesha Philyaw is a celebrated writer who’s recent release The Secret Lives of Church Ladies won the 2021 PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction. The book is being adapted for HBO Max with Tessa Thompson producing.
Deesha’s site was designed to support the author’s many events and virtual book tour, connecting her audience with opportunities to interact and go deeper with her stories.
The site also supports Amazon’s Author Pages via RSS integration. A few subtle motion effects on the site help it breath, and showcase her sharp pen and keen wit.
Yona Harvey is a Harvard professor and poet. She is the recipient of the Kate Tufts Discovery Award.
Her works include the recently released You Don’t Have to go to Mars For Love, and has collaborated with Ta-Nehisi Coates on Black Panther and Wakanda graphic novels for Marvel Entertainment.
Tamara Winfrey Harris is an author of several books, and the founder of the Letters to Black Girls project, featured on Oprah’s television show.
Her writing tackles cultural views on black women and girls with strong insight and empathy.
The website was designed to connect readers with her books, including integrations with Amazon Author Pages, and downloadable book kits and study guides for book clubs. A newsletter pop up form further connects viewers with her work.