Design and Layout for reports and postcards for HRW Chicago’s “Council Watch”, an update of what’s happening around Human Rights issues in the Chicago area.
A complete visual identity overhaul and CMS development grounded our work for the international women’s rights nonprofit UNANIMA International.
Project specifics included parallel development of multiple language sites (Portuguese, English, French and Spanish), and image-rich features including slideshows, dynamic world map, events calendar, and an email newsletter.
Our work with UNANIMA is a founding example of our mission building websites for nonprofits.
Anthropology Now is an independent initiative committed to claiming a public voice for anthropology.
Continuing our work with educators and academic journals, Social Ink worked with the founders of the journal to provide web design and development, as well as an active role as founding Web Editor.
Crafting Hope is a documentary film about textile and paper craftswomen around the world. It follows the inspiring story of several women who are finding empowerment and economic stability through their work with paper and textiles.
Social Ink was responsible for the design and development of the promotional website, including typography and layout. We implemented the WordPress CMS (Content Management System) and a mailing list subscription system.
WEDO, the Women’s Environment and Development Organization, is a New York City-based non-profit focusing on international women’s rights. Working together with the WEDO team, we planned and implemented a complete website overhaul, including visual identity and rebranding, a CMS-powered website, and an information architecture rebuild.
Key components of the website include slideshows and multimedia, a filter-based library, events calendar, and distinct sections for themes, initiatives, and press.
We continue to have an ongoing relationship with the fine folks at WEDO, adding functionality and new sections as necessary.