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Every site has its own technical challenges and integrating the icontact pop-up subscription form was a new one for me.

The purpose of this website is to market Sonrisa's custom, online Foreign Language Planner software.

We added a blog in the summer of 2013.


I first met Brooks when my husband and I saw his ad in the paper for adult Spanish classes. We had traveled to Baja to visit my Grandparents, and I think we were planning a trip back and my Grandparent’s 50th Anniversary Cruise through Acapulco, Puerto Vallarta, Zihuatanejo, and Cabo. Brooks made learning Spanish so much fun! I’m definitely not fluent, but I learned enough to feel more confident, and still remember most of it, too.

It was a few years later in 2012, that my friend Nicole, who’s also a designer, referred Brooks to me for a web project. He was taking his business to the next level: creating and marketing a model for independent foreign language teachers. The theme was partially inspired by his SonrisaSspanishSchool.com website, but took on it’s own structure as we developed it.