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Supreme Clientele Design Agency partners with likeminded daydreamers, trendsetters, and disrupters to produce marketing campaigns, responsive interfaces, brand manuals, and more.

4/10/14(issa palindrome)
Steel City(Pittsburgh, PA)
One-woman show(I slay)

Selected Works

Black to the Future

Art direction and graphic design for a human rights and reproductive justice organization's annual fundraising gala.

Durand Bernarr

Creative Direction, styling, photography, EP booklet design, UX/UI design, front end dev, and a custom Wordpress theme for singer/songwriter and Erykah Badu background vocalist Durand Bernarr.

Tate Esq.

UX/UI design, front end dev, custom Wordpress theme, photography and photo editing, and branding for a St. Louis-based student loan attorney.

Pia Malatesta

UX/UI design, front end dev, custom WordPress theme, and branding for a busy, vibrant stylist to the stars.

YOUniversity Drive

Creative direction, UX/UI design, front end dev, sitemap and content consultation, and custom WordPress theme for a national organization that promotes college and career success for students and professionals.

1839 Mag

Creative direction, photography & photo editing, social media management, UX/UI design & dev, identity, branding, and custom WordPress theme for a Pittsburgh-based Black arts and culture magazine.

Women's Freedom Conference

Women’s Freedom Conference

Creative direction, graphic design, identity, UX/UI design, front end dev, and custom WordPress theme for an livestreaming digital conference that aims to unite, uplift, and amplify women of color worldwide.

Lost Queens Fall Campaign

Creative Direction, video editing & direction, photography, identity, branding, UX/UI design & dev, and custom Shopify theme for a fashion jewelry brand that empowers women to reclaim their inner goddess.

Loryn & Neal Wedding Suite

Loryn & Neal’s Wedding Suite

Art direction and graphic design of the wedding suite (invitation, program, and menu) for DC power couple Loryn Wilson & Neal Carter.


Art direction, UX/UI design, front end dev, identity, branding, and custom WordPress theme for a popular, award-winning race and culture blog.



UX/UI design, front-end dev, branding, style guide, and custom WordPress theme for an online, body-positive fitness boot camp.

NY State of Mind

NY State of Mind

Art direction, UX/UI design, front end dev, identify design, and custom WordPress theme for a collection of personal essays, editorials, and imagery chronicling the experiences of 3 New Yorkers who moved to 3 different cities.

sarah huny young

UX/UI design, front end dev, and Wordpress theme for my personal website, which functions as a hub for all my digital projects, writing, and social media profiles.

Gangsterly Tumblr

Gangsterly Tumblr

Tumblr theme design and development for Gangsterly--my personal curation of photos, videos, quotes, and more by and/or featuring Black women (because: magic).

F*ck Fear. Love Anyway.

Misc. logo work

A varied cross-section of identity and branding work I’ve produced over the course of my career thus far.


sarah huny young
Creative Director

sarah huny young is an award-winning Creative Director and 18-year veteran of the tech industry. Born in Denver and bred in New York City, huny previously enjoyed successful senior and director tenures at BET/Viacom, VIBE Magazine, and UltraStar (acquired by Live Nation) before moving to Pittsburgh to form start-up agency Supreme Clientele.

A vet of the Black blogosphere and Howard University College of Fine Arts grad, huny launched her first website in 1999 and is roundly considered a web design pioneer. Her expansive projects over the years include AMERICAN WOMAN, The Women’s Freedom Conference, and 1839 Mag.

Currently, huny is the Director of Marketing & Communications for Pittsburgh Filmmakers/Center for the Arts (PF/PCA) and a member of The Skibo Society, an advisory board at The Carnegie Museum of Art. In September of 2017 huny was named #72 on The Root 100, an annual list of the most influential African Americans, ages 25 to 45.


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