Creative Spark has teamed up with the following organisations to make a difference in the lives of poorer communities:
Phakamisa Projects This non-profit organisation focuses on improving the learning conditions of rural schools in the Eastern Cape, whether that be brand new classrooms, jungle gyms or educational toys. To learn more about Phakamisa, please download their brochure here.
Ubom! Eastern Cape Drama Company This non-profit organisation works to develop audiences, community groups and professionals in the area, creating performances that are dynamic, relevant, accessible, taboo-breaking and of the highest theatrical calibre. To learn more about Ubom! please download their brochure here.
Net Prophet 2012The Net Prophet Bursary was established to benefit those with a high propensity to innovate in technology, yet do not have the knowledge required nor the funds available to live their dream. The Net Prophet event raises money each through the kind pledges of its delegates, then facilitates education at the University of Cape Town. Creative Spark was proud to donate to this bursary to further build computer literacy skills in this country.
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Three Cities Group
Creative Spark was commissioned by the Three Cities Group to restructure, design and develop their new website, featuring their hotel properties and facilities, as well as a hotel booking engine and rewards programme. The new website will run on an enterprise-level WordPress CMS installation.
Om te Skryf
Creative Spark has been commissioned by Naspers to design and develop an HTML5 tablet webapp and website version of new book Om te Skryf. The webapp and website will be published entirely in Afrikaans, and built on an enterprise-level WordPress installation for content management.
Live Magazine launched its South African edition in November 2011, and Creative Spark worked with Live to produce a mobile website - www.livemag.co.za - to publish magazine content online and promote the Live SA brand. The mobi site is optimised for both smartphones and feature phones.
African National Congress
Creative Spark was commissioned to create a public facing website, to showcase a selection of digitised archive material belonging to the African National Congress (ANC), including images, video, audio and text content. The website - www.ancarchives.org.za - was built using a responsive theme.
Ogilvy South Africa
Creative Spark was commissioned to build the Ogilvy South Africa Graduate Programme microsite. The website is built on the WordPress CMS, with a custom designed theme, and is a showcase for the agency's graduate recruitment programme.
Creative Spark developed a Facebook competition app for RIM's BlackBerry brand, for the Comics Choice Awards sponsored by BlackBerry. Competition entrants submitted a comedic video via YouTube, and the best submissions were posted to the app for votes and sharing.
Tanqueray South Africa
Creative Spark developed a Facebook competition app for Tanqueray Gin. The app allowed Facebook users to invite a friend living abroad back to South Africa for a Tanqueray Reunion party and was used to launch and publicise Tanqueray SA's brand new Facebook page.
Memeburn Memeburn.com is Creative Spark’s own showcase publishing brand, with a dedicated editorial team behind it. Memeburn (pronounced “meem”) is an award-winning site that tracks emerging technologies primarily in emerging markets.
Creative Spark is a NEO accredited agency able to deploy advanced and high profile Diageo products on the secure NEO platform. For more information on what this entails, please contact us.
The Fin24 iPhone app relies on information provided by Fin24.com relating to all market news and sector information for trade data in South Africa.
Iconic Abu Dhabi
The Iconic Abu Dhabi website was an image-driven showcase of tourist attractions in Abu Dhabi. jQuery was used exclusively to handle all interactivity and animation on the site.
Rhodes University Business School
Creative Spark is responsible for the design and development of the soon to be launched new Rhodes Business School website, as well as the live companion Thought Leader blog Critical Thought.
The Home Channel (BDFM/Avusa)
The Home Channel delivers decor, design, home improvement and property television programmes to a Southern African audience. Creative Spark was responsible for the design and development of the Home Channel website, built on the WordPress platform.
Smirnoff South Africa
Creative Spark is fully NEO accredited for development on Diageo brands. We managed the Smirnoff South Africa Facebook Page, and were responsible for the development of several custom Facebook apps for the brandWe also consulted on general digital and ORM strategy.
J&B South Africa
Creative Spark is fully NEO accredited for development on Diageo brands. We managed the J&B South Africa Facebook Page, and were responsible for the development of several custom Facebook apps for the brandWe also consulted on general digital and ORM strategy.
Creative Spark worked in collaboration with Gloo and Associated Magazines, to develop the House & Leisure website and Marie Clairvoyant blog. House & Leisure is built on WordPress, with bespoke customisation for site features such as the Mood Board.
Creative Spark is responsible for the web development of several DSTV Online brands, including: M-Net, M-Net Africa, M-Net Series, M-Net Movies, kykNET, MK & MK Awards websites; DSTV Guide (mobile and desktop); DSTV mobi site; GOtv mobi site, and the DSTV Facebook Page.
National Arts Festival
The annual National Arts Festival in Grahamstown, South Africa, is Africa's largest and most colourful arts & culture festival, which offers the very best of both local and imported talent. National Arts Festival Website