Welcome to your technological storm haven.

Specializing in the planning, design, and management of digital resources for non-profits & small business.

Introduction

Nicole Scalessa specializes in the planning, design, and management of digital resources for non-profits and small business. Her current role as a website designer & IT Manager combined with years of service as a reference librarian and cataloger have made her uniquely aware of the technological needs and hurdles facing cultural organizations in the Philadelphia region. If you or your organization would like to consult with Nicole regarding your information technology or website management needs please call 610-731-8755 or email nscalessa@stormhavendesigns.com.

A Few of my Web Projects

2015

Port Cities in the Early Modern World, 1500-1800 (LCP, MCEAS, Temple)

Bustle and Stir: Movement and Exchange in Early America: An Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference (MCEAS)

That's So Gay: Outing Early America (LCP)

Fraktur and the Everyday Lives of Germans in Pennsylvania and the Atlantic World, 
1683-1850
(MCEAS)

Human Trafficking in Early America (MCEAS)

2014

Society of Historians of the Early Republic Website Redesign
Center for Knit and Crochet site design

James Logan and the Networks of Atlantic  Culture and Politics,  1699-1751 (LCP & MCEAS)
A United State: American Identity and Memory in the Stereograph (LCP)

From Conquest to Identity: New Jersey and the Middle Colonies in the Seventeenth Century (MCEAS)

2013
Historians Against Slavery Website Redesign
The War Called Pontiac's Conference
Traces of Early America: An Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference
Unmediated History: The Scholarly Study of 19th-Century Ephemera Conference
The Emancipation Proclamation: One Step Toward Freedom Online Exhibition
Black Founders: The Free Black Community in the Early Republic Online Exhibition
 
Endless Amusement Online Exhibition
The American Revolution Reborn Conference
Anglicization Reconsidered: Celebrating the Career of John M. Murrin Conference
The McNeil Center for Early American Studies, University of Pennsylvania

A Few Graphic Design Projects

Economic History's Many Musings LCP PEAES Program
Unmediated History: The Scholarly Study of 19th-Century Ephemera Program
Ligaments: Everyday Connections of Colonial Economies Program
The American Revolution Reborn Program

Past & Ongoing Web Projects

Online Exhibitions at the Library Company of Philadelphia (html)
Historians Against Slavery - (WordPress)
McNeil Center for Early American Studies at University of Pennsylvania (html)
Association of Caribbean Historians (html)
Basilicata Cultural Society of Canada (Joomla)
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church (WordPress)

The Library Company of Philadelphia's website features weekly updates, visit often.
www.librarycompany.org

Complete list of references available upon request.