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Cool Bottles, Refreshing Design

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!

Building for Growth: A new website for Working Families

We’ve been hard at work for the last several months on a big rebuild, working with the dedicated and hard-working Communications department at Working Families to transition their old, outdated website to a new platform as the organization shifts their aim from a local, New York-based entity to a growing national presence.

Working Families is growing, fast. With a plan to be active in all 50 states, their current outreach has far outpaced their old, “blog style”. We worked to analyze their information architecture, and build a system that could easily grow as they did — without the need for technical implementation at every turn.

For more about the project, including screenshots and a scope summary, see our portfolio entry, or, head on over to the Working Families website!

Working Families

Web design and development for Working Families, a progressive political party working across America

The Good Fork

Web development and design conversion for The Good Fork restaurant in Red Hook, Brooklyn.

Tor Ekeland, PC

Brand identity, website design & development, and full-bleed image slideshows for NYC Law Firm

Hook & Matter

E-Commerce and portfolio site for jewelry and accessories design studio. Handmade in Brooklyn!

Marimacho

Web design and development for Marimacho, a Brooklyn based fashion house making a masculine clothing line for female and transgender bodies.