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Steeplechase Films

Steeplechase Film Profiles

Social Ink spearheaded a brand new website and visual identity extension for Steeplechase Films and Director Ric Burns, creator of noted documentary films and PBS features such as New York: Center of the World, Andy Warhol, Ansel Adams, and his most recent Death and the Civil War.

Work on the project included full bleed slideshow and hero images and slideshows, a multimedia-equipped CMS platform embedding audio, video, and production stills, and custom content linking between films, press, and film scores.

We are proud to boost the fine work of Ric Burns and Steeplechase films as we grow our work building websites for creatives!

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BoardAssist

Visually redefined.

BoardAssist, a nationally recognized organization that helps nonprofits and board members connect with one another, contacted Social Ink about updating their site to reflect their changing demographic and updated web standards.

Working together, we completely redesigned the BoardAssist site, including streamlining the application processes and giving BoardAssist staff full control over the various types of data and content areas.

As we continue to build websites for nonprofit organizations, we support the fine work of Board Assist as they play their part in the nonprofit community!

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Correctional Assocation Home Page

The Correctional Association of New York works for prison reform and a more humane and equitable criminal justice system.

Social Ink designed a new visual identity and developed an information packed website with resources, and multipronged outreach initiatives. As we worked to refine the key content delivery mechanisms and targeted audiences, we developed and launched a specialized cross-referenced resource database, and multiple templates for coalitions, issue oriented actions, press and media, and more.

We are proud to support the Correctional Association’s work to reform the criminal justice system in New York and beyond, as we continue our work building websites for nonprofits.

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Mobile Marketing Revolution Homepage

For the book launch of Jed Alpert’s newest work, “The Mobile Marketing Revolution,” Social Ink created and launched a site integrating e-commerce and book events.  We used a content management system for Jed to be able to easily update his site, and connected with social media and other book sellers for a full web complement to traditional publishing.

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Revive Media

Revive Media Web Application

Social Ink overhauled the visual identity and logomark for Revive Media, a Brooklyn-based film production and commercial media shop.

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Campaign for Children NYC

Campaign for Children NYC - Home

The Emergency Coalition to Save Child Care advocates teamed up the NYC Youth Alliance to create the Campaign for Children NYC, an initiative aimed at influencing Mayor Bloomberg to fully fund child care and after-school programs.

In record time, Social Ink launched the site, which integrates Facebook and Twitter feeds, along with sign-up for an e-newsletter, to help get the word out. Specific functionality includes CMS development, interface design, embedded video, and custom slideshows.

Ongoing work for the campaign maintains our commitment to building long-lasting advocacy sites for progressive organizations.

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Motherhood Exaggerated

Motherhood Exaggerated: Homepage

Development and ongoing support for Judith Hannan, a New York-based writer with a long history of involvement in children’s education, health and welfare.

Social Ink designed a site to match the spirit of her newest book, Motherhood Exaggerated. The site is powered by slideshows, reviews, upcoming events, writing and resources, and prominent sales entryways via the book’s publishers.

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Don’t Hang Up on Us

Don't Hang Up On Us - Home

Deployed in record time, Social Ink designed and developed the campaign website for the Consumer Coalition for Affordable Reliable Phone Service, to fight the deregulation of VOIP. The site serves as both a campaign information hub for press and interested parties, as well as a tool for organizers to collect email addresses and configure petitions.

A front page slideshow and dynamic fact sheet info graphics dynamically engages users to get involved and take action.

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Neil Smith

Neil Smith Homepage

As the Distinguished Professor of Anthropology and Geography at CUNY’s Graduate Center, Neil Smith needed a platform to present his multimedia work on the broad intersection between space, nature, social theory and history.

CMS development includes portfolio integration, embedded video, and dynamic categorization to help users navigate Smith’s areas of study.

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National Center for Social Work Trauma Education and Workforce Development Home

Complete visual identity and CMS development for the The National Center for Social Work Trauma Education and Workforce Development, a collaboration between the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College and the Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service.

Social Ink created a new resource-driven site with slideshows, simplified navigation, custom forms, feeds and multimedia integration

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CCSI Home

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.

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East River Greenway

East River Park Greenway website by Social Ink, home page

Social Ink worked with Friends of the East River Park Greenway to design and develop a new website for the coalition. The site prioritizes community involvement for the efforts to complete the East River Greenway between 38th and 60th streets using funds generated by the U.N.’s moderation.

The transition to CMS keeps homepage content fresh, allows easy news updates, and integrates mailing lists and social media networks.

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