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5 Women building awesome Divi websites


All around the world there are women who are achieving so many amazing things and reaching for their dreams, today is women’s day in South Africa and I just want to take a moment to share with you 5 women in the Divi community who I think are building some incredible Divi websites.

Amy Valentine
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Amy Valentine

Amy valentines for a long time has been one of my favourites Divi web designer, she knows how to create quality websites that help her clients reach their goals, her company Wicked Website Designer have got quite a good portfolio of websites built, go have a look at her work over on Wicked website designers

Sarah Oates
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Sarah Oates

Sarah has one of the best Divi portfolios that I  have seen in the Divi community, She recently redesigned her own website, which looks incredible. I am a fan of her work. take a look for yourself over on Endure

Tammy Grant
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Tammy Grant

Tammy grant is a mother and is the founder of Sunflower blog design and Sunflower Child Theme, she has created some affordable child themes for the Divi community along with helping some of her clients to get a better-looking website.

Melissa Love
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Melissa Love

Melissa Love is the founder of the Design Space, where she serves a very niche market of photographers to truly wow their clients with the truly unique websites she built for them. She also builds child themes with Divi, take a look at her stuff on the Design Space

Olga Summerhayes
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Olga Summerhayes

Olga Summerhayes is a mother, wife & software programmer who help her clients to build websites that stand out from the crowd while juggling a family life which can’t be an easy task, take a look at her work on Infinite Imagination

You, women, are truly remarkable the divi community would not be the same without you ladies and the many other women within the Divi community.

I really did want to honour some South African women building amazing things with Divi but my search through Facebook and Google bear any fruits.

If you are South African women, creating amazing websites with Divi please share them in the comments.

6 Comments

  1. Amy Valentine
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    Wow, I’m honoured to be counted amongst some fabulously talented ladies, thank you James, a lovely surprise to be featured on your blog. Love your work too!

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  2. Tammy
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    This is the first I’ve heard of Women’s Day :-). I’m honored to be featured on your blog alongside friends and great colleagues.

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  3. Sarah Oates
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    Hey James, Thanks for the shout out and super lovely comments!

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  4. Veronica Ridderhof
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    Hi James, I work almost exclusively in Divi and Extra, you can check out my portfolio (have a couple more to add to it). Thanks for your awesome post and great tips on your site xx

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    • James Fosker
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      Hey Veronica, I’ve actually seen that site many times over the years, never knew their was a talented women behind it.

      You have created some incredible websites.

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      • Veronica Ridderhof
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        Oh wow! Thanks so much 🙂

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