As we turn a new leaf in 2018, we’re hoping to continue to remake this newsletter into a tool you can use. We monitor the latest design and web trends all week long.
Design and development for Outreach Development Corporation, a nonprofit providing care and support for those issues arising from substance use and behavioral health disorders
Associated Musicians of Greater New York, American Federation of Musicians Local 802 is an organized community of professional musicians in New York City. View the project details in our portfolio!
We’re sponsoring the NYHandmade Collective’s Holiday Handmade Cavalcade. Check out our shoutout on their blog!
The Mark Foundation is a new foundation that combines translational cancer research with venture philanthropy. We worked with the foundation’s executive staff to build a new website from the ground up.
Health, Education, Advocacy, and Linkage: These are the tenets of HEAL Trafficking, and initiative to end human trafficking using the lens of public health.
This fall, Social Ink teamed up with the Harlem Commonwealth Council to create branding and a visual identity for it’s MWBE Accelerator, a new web platform that supports minority and women owned businesses.
To celebrate, we’ve made some fresh new swag. Almost everyone on the Social Ink team commutes to work via bicycle, so we thought a fancy cycling water bottle would be a fitting commemorative item!
We recently partnered with CALSTART to create a website for the California Hybrid and Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project. The voucher program encourages the growth of the market for zero-emission and hybrid trucks. Check out the details of the project in our portfolio.
We worked with NewYorkScapes at NYU, a research community studying the history of urban cultures in New York City, to build a powerful new web platform that makes historic data discoverable in digital and non-digital forms.