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Social Ink is pleased to announce the Phase 2 launch of the MacArthur Foundation Safety and Justice Challenge’s web platform. See the details in our portfolio.

Social Ink spearheaded the web design and development for the MacArthur Foundation’s major …

Social Ink is happy to work with the Safety and Justice Challenge, an initiative supported by the MacArthur Foundation with the laudable goal of changing the way America views and uses jails.

Social Ink spearheaded the web design and development …

Social Ink created a sophisticated e-commerce platform for the luxury linens and apparel company, Olatz. Get the details of the project in our portfolio entry.

Olatz studied design in Barcelona and modeled internationally for Dior, Calvin Klein, Yves …

Rapid web development for RippleWorks, a Silicon Valley startup making moves on an international scale. More on our portfolio entry.

We’re glad to announce the launch of the new website for the Forest Park Trust, Inc! The all new forestparktrust.org serves as a resource to park visitors, trust donors, and park volunteers. Get the details on Social Ink’s work with …

We’re excited to announce the recent launch of the #StopSlut website at http://stopslut.org/. As mentioned in our portfolio, we worked with The Feminist Press to create a site that promoted #StopSlut, a youth-led movement born from the overwhelming …

A field report from our studio by our latest CUNY Tech Intern.

We believe websites are in transition -- and we're moving from a programmer-driven experiment to a user driven experience, with established conventions and expectations.

A sleek new platform for the IUCN Global Gender Office.

Announcing the Center for Ballet and the Arts NYU, using digital innovation to bring together contemporary institutions and a centuries-old art form. Plus a profile in the New York Times.

Building a hearth for an old school journalist and author--and a leading digital thinker and success story of the digital economy.

We've been hard at work for the last several months on a big rebuild, working with the dedicated and hard-working Communications department at Working Families to transition their old, outdated website to a new platform as the organization shifts their aim from a local, New York-based entity to a growing national presence. Working Families is growing, fast. With a plan to be active in all 50 states, their current outreach has far outpaced their old, "blog style". We worked to analyze their information architecture, and build a system that could easily grow as they did -- without the need for technical implementation at every turn. For more about the project, including screenshots and a scope summary, see our portfolio entry, or, head on over to the Working Families website!

Social Ink has been in NYC since 2007!