Design & Development

Servicing the world from Cape Town

About Campbell Web Works

Founded in 2016 in Africa’s southernmost city of Cape Town, Campbell Web Works is a digital design and development agency who builds interactive experiences for evolving companies.

Our aim is to become the most trusted digital design and development agency in South Africa and we’re well on our way to achieving that. We pride ourselves in providing business-changing results for fast-growing local and international online businesses.

The Vision

Using our signature aesthetic, we aim to give a visual voice to both local and international brands through branding and web design that will elevate your business to make a powerful statement in the current competitive online marketplace.

The Plan

Each project is an exciting new challenge and we will work closely with you to ensure that your vision becomes a reality that it exceeds even your highest expectations. We make sure that we communicate in a user-friendly, easy to understand way, creating clarity and transparency in everything that we do.

We believe in websites that are minimalistic, affordable, elegant, effective and easy to navigate. We have an ethos of maintaining transparency between client and consultant.

We’re also fully committed to educating our clients so that they understand exactly what we’re doing, how we’re doing it and most importantly - why we’re doing it. Simply think of us as an extension of your business’ digital team!

The Team

Sean Campbell


Sean was born in the windy city of Port Elizabeth before moving to the Cape in 2010. Boasting a marketing degree from the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University and has since studied web development through various online mediums.

When Sean isn’t at his desk, he can usually be found on the golf course, running on the Sea Point Promenade or hiking Cape Town’s picturesque outdoor trails.

Maria Magdalena Campbell


Maria also hails from the Eastern Cape city of Port Elizabeth. After studying graphic design and fine art for four years at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Maria also decided to move to Cape Town in 2010.

When Maria is away from the laptop, she can generally be found enjoying a glass of wine at a restaurant, running on the Sea Point Promenade or behind a canvas at her home art studio in Tamboerskloof.