For over 15 years, Springfels.com has developed websites and interactive strategy for the nations top non-profits, scientific and educational institutions. We have created effective and results driven strategies, beautiful useful web sites, innovative backend tools and solutions, online communication media campaigns, fundraising campaigns, social networking campaigns and custom applications.
A sampling of our client roster includes the National Resources Defense Council (NRDC), Staples Foundation, Ashoka, Ted Talks, Obama for America, La Salle International Foundation, Annie E. Casey Foundation, National Council for Non-Profits, NobleHour, SweatMonkey, AARP, Washington Office on Latin America, Child Trends, Himalayan Institute, University of Maryland, University of New Hampshire, State University of New York, George Mason University.
Our lead strategist and designer, Cheryl Springfels, has 18+ years of design, user interface, development and programming experience. Cheryl holds degrees in both computer science and design and has the unique ability to understand the rapidly changing interactive landscape and approach a project from both a visual and coding perspective.
Before founding Springfels.com, Cheryl worked as an exhibiting artist and college teacher making miniscule amounts of money for maximum effort. Her work has been featured in the National Women’s Museum, the Corcoran Art Gallery, and Goethe Institute. Prior to her art holiday, Cheryl worked in the ultra-big ultra-for-profit software development world of Siemens Telecommunications as a telephony software engineer in the realtime call processing. Cheryl has an MFA from the Massachusetts College of Art, a BS in Computer Science and a BA in Visual Art from Florida Atlantic University.
Selected Client List:
George Mason University, College of Science
State University of New York @ Stonybrook, Biomedical Engineering Department
State University of New York, Center for Biotechnology
University of Maryland, Center for Comparative and Evolutionary Biology of Hearing (CCEBH)
University of Maryland, Department of Neuroscience and Cognitive Science (NACS)
University of Maryland, Department of Family Studies
University of Maryland, Department of Psychology
University of Maryland, Department of Kinesiology
University of Maryland, Department of Public & Community Health
University of New Hampshire, Department of Civil Engineering
University of New Hampshire, Bedrock Bioremediation Center
University of New Hampshire, Environmental Resource Group
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)
Annie E. Casey Foundation, Child Welfare Database
Council for Accreditation of Counseling & Related Educational Programs (CACREP)
International Registry of Counselor Education Programs (IRCEP)
La Salle International Foundation
Middle East Peace Churches
National Council for Non-Profits
National Womens Museum
Natural Resource Defense Council (NRDC)
Washington Office of Latin America (WOLA)
Washington Project for the Arts (WPA)
IEEE Transaction of Biomedical Circuits and Systems
Institute of Neuromorphic Engineering (INE)
International Multisensory Research Forum
International Society for Posture and Gait Research (ISPGR)
Obama Campaign 2008