Proud to announce the recent launch of the revamped ACIS platform–a powerful new site for an academic coalition of researchers, writers, and affiliated work in the field of Irish Studies.
We’re thrilled to announce the recent launch of a brand new website and visual identity for the Asian American and Pacific Islander Civic Engagement Fund (AAPI). The Fund reached out to Social Ink expressing frustration over their current website, which was using an off-the-shelf theme with little functionality or ability to uniquely tailor design to their various types of content, including partner organizations, research and whitepapers, and campaign organizing and analysis.
The project features partner promotion, different access methods to resources and reports, integrated email collection, and a filtered resource library, in addition to visual identity refinement and consulting on art direction and imagery. Read more about it on our portfolio entry!
We are thrilled to announce the recent launch of the CWGL 16 Days initiative website, which incorporates a branding and visual identity overhaul into a sleek, powerful new website for organizing and annual campaign initiatives. The site’s advanced search and filtering and interactive map help the organization serve as an umbrella for a global convening of international activists.
We were thrilled to work alongside the rapid-fire campaign deployment for former NYC City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, currently running for Public Advocate in New York City.
Learn more about the complex site we built for the National Young Farmers Coalition in our portfolio.
Dynamic and interactive data visualizations for the investment branch of the United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund
To commemorate the 25th anniversary of the adoption of the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action the Center for Women’s Global Leadership embarked on an archival project—Global Feminist Journeys. Learn more about the project in our portfolio.
Social Ink built a publications archive for the N.Y.U Review of Law and Social Change, a journal dedicated to addressing pressing social social issues from a legal point of view.
We partnered with the Vera Institute of Justice to give new flexibility to the web platform for the Safe Alternatives to Segregation Resource Center (SASRC).
Our Co-Founder and Lead Developer Yoni Reinberg recently spoke with the folks at DocRaptor about our set up experience and using their API.
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.