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With a passion for great storytelling, modern fairy tales, and the magic of the vibrational world, Bianca Gubalke is an award-winning screenplay writer, turned novelist. Assisted by her resourceful cats, she currently weaves the fabric for her next mystery adventure in the trilogy 'Dance Between Worlds'.

Web Design for Authors

Life of Piu Piu - A Novel

Does an Author need a website? Whether or not an author – or storyteller in my case – needs a website and/or a blog is not the question; any writer who wants to build a readership around a forthcoming book, a community that operates independently from social networks, and who definitely intends to be in control of his…

Ycademy Online Seminar April 2015

Bianca Gubalke Ycademy Host since 2004

YORGOO Mobile Communication The April 2015 Online Seminar by Ycademy will focus on the responsive features across our new hosting and publishing platform: YORGOO Mobile Communication. This will include a vision towards the future: Adaptive Design. As Responsive Design focuses on the size and resolution of different screen sizes – from desktops over laptops to tablets and…

Ycademy Seminar March 2015

Online Seminars hosted by Bianca Gubalke

The New YORGOO We’ve come a long way since we took down the highly successful YORGOO – Free Traffic, Free Leads – a forerunner to many traffic generating programs at the time. The article I wrote then featured a tiny picture of an icebear going into his winter sleep. Little did we fathom that it would be such a…

Ycademy Online Seminar February 2015

Ultimate WP Theme Builder

Ultimate WP Theme Builder Following our Seminar in January 2015 and based on the increased complexity of building custom WordPress themes, the Ycademy Seminar February 2015 continued its focus on the introduction of the most flexible framework for WP themes to be included in YORGOO: the Ultimate WP Theme Builder – offering brilliant features like the Layer…

Ycademy Online Seminar January 2015

Ycademy Seminar January 2015

Elegant Web Design It is amazing how the mobile world has influenced and changed the way we create web pages – and continues to do so! We no longer click, we scroll! We swipe! We no longer read – our eyes scan images, videos, animations, icons and infographics instead, wanting to be hooked, informed, entertained. As…

Richard J. Gunston at Kalk Bay Art Exhibition

Richard J. Gunston Sculptures

Website Development for Sculptor Richard J. Gunston While we at ‘Web Design with Passion’ are currently developing the new website for South African Bronze Sculptor Richard J. Gunston, we took some quick snapshot impressions from the current Art Exhibition in ‘THE STUDIO’ in Kalk Bay, South Africa, where the artist exhibits some of his small animal…

Hot New Year 2015

Fire on New Yer's Day 2015

2015 starting with a Big Bang! There is one sound you will never forget once you’ve heard it once… and that is the screaching rotor blades of a fire fighting helicopter thundering past your home. Well, it feels more like going through it… shaking your heart and bones! That’s how our New Year 2015 started in Noordhoek, South…

Happy Christmas 2015

Time of Giving and Reflection It’s been a great and productive year for us at Web Design South Africa which now slowly draws to a close with a quiet time of giving and reflection. Thank you, my dear friends and loyal readers, for having been a part of it. Here’s wishing you a happy Christmas from…

Twenty Fifteen at Ycademy Online Seminar December 2014

Bianca Gubalke Design at Ycademy Seminar

WordPress Theme Generator Takashi Irie creates new default theme 2015 Promptly before the year ends, and just in time for the final Ycademy Seminar 2014, WordPress presents its brand-new default theme Twenty Fifteen designed by Takashi Irie (Theme Generator at Automattic). Clearly with the mobile market and a great browsing experience across all devices (iphones, ipads,…

Noordhoek Landart 2014

Noordhoek Land Art 2014

Land Art on Noordhoek Common “Often all that remains is a photograph…” was my inspiration to take my camera and spend some time at Sunday’s Land Art on Noordhoek Common, where artists like Wilma Cruise, Karin Lijnes, Janet Botes, Janet Ranson and others took what Nature offered in terms of sand, twigs, leaves, rocks, sticks, trees,…