Olatz is a luxury apparel and linens company based in New York, Madeira, and Milan. After decades of creating made to order designs, the Olatz brand became available to the public in 2003.
For Olatz’s new platform, Social Ink created a web interface and e-commerce website. It is run by the open-source, userfriendly WordPress CMS with an integrated shop and sales. The site’s responsive design ensures the layout adapts for tablets, phones, and larger monitors.
Social Ink is thrilled to continue work with small businesses and congratulates Olatz on it’s new e-commerce platform!
The Equity Project is an initiative to ensure that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth in juvenile delinquency courts are treated with dignity, respect, and fairness.
Social Ink is excited to create a web platform for The Equity Project, a nonprofit organization that examines how issues of sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression affect youth as they move through the juvenile delinquency system. The organization provides information on state and local juvenile justice agency LGBT and nondiscrimination policies as well as training materials and technical assistance for jurisdictions.
We worked with The Equity Project’s leaders and organizational partners to overhaul the site with a new design and information architecture schema. The site is responsive across phones, tablets, and monitors.
The Equity Project’s new site represents Social Ink’s work in the space between nonprofits, government agencies, and legal jurisdictions.
RippleWorks is a Silicon Valley start up that works to accelerate the impact of promising social entrepreneurs by pairing them with technology and business experts who have built similar businesses.
Social Ink worked alongside longtime collaborators at brandadvisors to implement a bold, immersive design. Conceived as a one-stop showcase for the organizations mission, brand and outreach, the site is comprised of dynamic, media rich panels, which can be flexibly arranged, with a multitude of template options within each panel. Streamlined press, outreach forms, round out the site functionality.
The site is powered by the open-source, userfriendly WordPress CMS, providing a customized backend experience for no-code site administration and growth. RippleWorks is fully adapted to all kinds of screens: its responsive design reshapes the layout for phones, tablets, and larger monitors.
The Forest Park Trust, Inc. is a nonprofit organization founded in 1998 to support, maintain, and program Forest Park and Highland Park in New York City. In early 2015 Social Ink worked with the organization to create site that served as a resource for park visitors, volunteers, and donors.
The CMS powered site is responsive across phones, tablets, and an array of monitors. It includes interactive park maps, an embedded calendar, and a donation feature.
We were happy to partner with the Forest Park Trust on this project and continue Social Ink’s work with civic groups and public-sector organizations!
#StopSlut is a youth-led movement that grew from the response to SLUT: The Play; its mission is to transform rape culture through activism. Social Ink worked with The Feminist Press, a nonprofit literary publisher that advocates for freedom of expression and social justice, to promote #StopSlut.
Working alongside The Feminist Press we created a web platform that provides tour information and ticketing for SLUT: The Play, serves as a launch point for youth activism, and provides support resources for advocates and survivors. The CMS powered site is responsive across phones, tablets, and monitors of various shapes and sizes and will aid the growth of the #StopSlut movement.
We are thrilled to work with The Feminist Press, continuing our service to progressive nonprofit organizations.
There are nearly 12 million admissions to local jails annually. The Safety and Justice Challenge is an initiative to reduce over-incarceration by changing the way America thinks about and uses jails.
Social Ink is thrilled to spearhead the web design and development for the MacArthur Foundation’s Safety and Justice Challenge, a major initiative working toward nationwide jail reform. Working alongside policy and research leaders at the Vera Institute of Justice, the website provides a staging platform for the grant-seeking competition, as well as issue-related resources, research and reports, and as an ongoing way to track progress by selected jurisdictions.
As a flagship site in early 2015, the Safety Justice and Challenge represents our work in the nexus between nonprofits, think-tanks, foundations, and government and legal jurisdictions.
The NYC Justice Corps seeks to develop the capacity of neighborhoods to address the reintegration challenges of their young adults reentering from the criminal justice system and to instill in those young adults a sense of civic responsibility and accountability to the communities to which they return.
We were thrilled at the opportunity to work alongside the Prisoner Reentry Institute leadership to overhaul the NYCJC website, with a focus on accessibility, community-based content organization, and a dynamic, multi-media “toolbox”, a marquis feature delivering tools for program deployment in a flexible model poised for growth to future program areas.
Through local, community-based advocacy work, we are proud to further the efforts of the NYC Justice Corps, continuing our own work building websites for nonprofits and community-based organizations.