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Social Ink recently helped to develop the logo and online presence for a critical initiative of the Mental Health Association of New York City. The Coordinated Children’s Service Initiative (CCSI) works to further the system of care for children with mental health challenges in NYC through a synchronized network of services. With the design of a new logo and the institution of graphic standards, our team created a website that highlights critical information and allows for improved accessibility to resources and referrals for families. Read more about it on our portfolio page or click on over to the site!

Complete logo design, visual identity overhaul and CMS development for the Coordinated Children’s Service Initiative (CCSI), a program of the Mental Health Association of New York.

Social Ink created a fully integrated resource site including a custom slideshow, simplified navigation, email newsletter, and an events calendar.

Social Ink prides itself on creating website with a view toward accessibility - in laymen's terms, how people with disabilities view the web, a primarily visually-based interface. Social Ink takes the W3's recommendations for accessibility very seriously for many reasons.  Primarily, we find that accessibility works for users with disability and without.  That is, developing for browsers with disabilities allows us to develop enduring code that works well across various platforms (from mobile Android and iPhone to Unix) and audiences, including older users and/or users in countries without the never ending stream of high-ending computers we rely on so frequently in the United States.

Parking Mobility App Download

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Parking Mobility Slideshow

We designed and programmed three app download pages (for Android, Blackberry and iPhone) for the up and coming social networking site Parking Mobility, an organization concerned with guaranteeing parking sites for people with disabilities.

Working with their current theme, we implemented slideshows and server-browser interaction (AJAX) to give PM the functionality they needed to help users submit photos and addresses, and interact fully with the site.

Social Ink has been in NYC since 2007!