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Warbasse Design Builds Little Pink House

Los Angeles Web & Digital Design Agency launches feature film website - Little Pink House.

April 15, 2017 - Los Angeles, CA -- Warbasse Design, in conjunction with Korchula Productions, is pleased to announce the official launch of the feature film website - Little Pink House.  Directed by Courtney Balaker, Little Pink House stars two-time Academy Award nominee Catherine Keener (Get Out, Capote, The 40-Year-Old Virgin), Emmy nominee Jeanne Tripplehorn (Big Love, The Firm, Grey Gardens), and Callum Keith Rennie (Fifty Shades of Gray, Warcraft: The Beginning, Memento). The film, which opens today nationwide, explores the complexities of eminent domain and its' effect on property rights, specifically private property. The story is based on the book, Little Pink House: A True Story of Defiance and Courage by Jeff Benedict.


Korchula Productions tapped Warbasse Design in early December 2017 to begin work on the website. "We wanted to create a responsive website that would engage viewers from the onset with a full screen introduction page featuring motion clips from the movie," said Philip Warbasse, CEO / Warbasse Design. The remainder of the site focuses on utility by providing functional components that help bring the user into the discussion.  They include a mailing list for updates, a full press kit, Hollywood reviews, movie clips, and a Take Action Page which educates users on how they can bring the movie to a theater near them.

Warbasse Design Little Pink House Movie

Ted Balaker, co-owner of Korchula Productions and Producer of Little Pink House, was tasked with selecting the design firm for the project. "I really wanted to find people who knew design and backend, and I found that and more with Philip and his team at Warbasse Design," said Mr. Balaker. "Philip not only had excellent design ideas he was miles ahead of my thinking when it came to the technical side," concluded Balaker. In addition to designing the site, Warbasse Design also provides Web Hosting and Content Management on an ongoing basis. 

"I really wanted to find people who knew design and backend, and I found that and more with Philip and his team at Warbasse Design."

~ Ted Balaker / Korchula Productions

Warbasse Design markets its services to those seeking something between DIY website builders and expensive design agencies who sometimes tend to overthink the design process while overspending the clients' budget. Warbasse Design provides a streamlined approach that enables fast turnaround at an affordable rate. While technology continues to change - Warbasse Design's ethos remains the same - to help each client become better known and better understood by delivering internet marketing strategies that consistently exceed expectations.

Celebrating the Relationship

From Left to Right: Entertainment Industry Executives Ted Balaker, Courtney Balaker (Korchula Productions), Johnny Dowers, Roxana Warbasse, Philip Warbasse (Warbasse Design) at the 5th Annual Celebrity Poker Tournament to support Autism Speaks - 2017.

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About Warbasse Design:

Established in 2000, Warbasse Design is a full service web design and consulting agency. We work with companies of all sizes to provide adaptive / responsive websites, mobile apps, social media campaigns, Web hosting, HIPAA compliant security and related services.

About Korchula Productions:

Korchula Productions is a Los Angeles-based film and new media production company devoted to making important ideas entertaining. Korchula Productions films have won many awards and have been lauded by the the likes of The Hollywood Reporter, Deadline Hollywood, The Los Angeles Times, and comedy icon Seth MacFarlane

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