Their love for food and people has inspired them to start their Pop up restaurants which they hold once a month. In addition, they aim to help combat the food crisis Africa experiences. In their own words, “We are very passionate about children, nutrition, mental and physical growth and good health. Our natural instinct is to feed people and because we live in a continent so badly affected by poverty, we feel it is our responsibility to do something about it. Our ultimate goal is to teach Africa to feed itself.”
The moment we heard this, we knew we wanted to work with them. We immediately offered to make a website for them, they agreed without hesitation and it has just being an amazing relationship from then on.
The University of Pretoria and the University of South Africa present an international singing symposium:
Classical and Jazz singing in practice:
A series of workshops, master classes and discussions.
It was so fun making this website simply because of the amount of exposure and lessons learned in the wonderful world of Jazz . The faculty of Humanities needed us to do a simple task:
Create a site that attendants of the Singing symposium can RSVP as well as view the program and judges on the day. The website is minimalistic and has an intuitive layout for easy navigation. Check it out below:
AlphieSpeaks is a blog that tells personal stories. From heart break to first loves, poems to quotes, series to short stories; the content found on the blog is amazing. We, at UNSWERVE, tell digital stories for a living. Therefore we were more than willing to make an elegant website that could be a platform to speak to the world at large and share dreams, ideas and matters of the heart.
All the social networking pages have being integrated with the website, enabling you to comment using your facebook profile, view instagram pictures and retweet all that Alphiespeaks shares on the website. Worth the visit
AFM Westview Family Fellowship is a church situated in the heart of Danville. The members are passionate about Jesus, community and love. We visited this church, experienced it’s dynamic atmosphere and immediately knew that it needed to have online presence in order to spread the Gospel far beyond Danville.