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Raise the Age New York

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Raise the Age New York - Homepage

Another quick turnaround project continuing Social Ink’s work building advocacy websites addresses pending state legislation in New York to raise the age of criminal responsibility in New York State, “in the best interest of New York’s children and youth, communities and community safety, as well as the state’s economy.”

This project continues our series of efficient, flexible, CMS powered advocacy sites helping to stir political action and participation. Features include slideshow, video integration, news feed, Twitter feed, and integrated petitions.

Bridges to Community

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Bridges to Community Homepage - by Social Ink

Bridges to Community is a local nonprofit that organizes travel and trips, providing international aid and forging community ties in Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic.

We overhauled the BTC website, creating a contemporary, fresh site with registration for trips, events and donations, all with on-site payment and credit card processing for costs and donations.  All interactive features have automated follow-up emails from customers, and easy back-end user management. Typekit-hosted fonts and embedded videos and custom feeds round out the site.

The AUMF

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AUMF Member Organization: Homepage

The Association of Underrepresented Minority Fellows (AUMF) is nonprofit member organization promoting the work and building a professional network of minority biomedical scientists at the undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate levels. Funded by the NAACP, the AUMF maintains a voice in the dialog around national science policy. Working directly with Executive Director John Gates, Social Ink crafted a "soup to nuts" solution for a brand new visual identity, multi-faceted website network, and print peripherals.

No More Cuts Illinois

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No More Cuts Illinois Homepage

In record time, Social Ink put together an advocacy and grassroots organizing website for No More Cuts Illinois, fighting against government cuts for home care and child care funding.

Social Ink developed a campaign-optimized CMS, integrating a Twitter feed and a petition platform for gathering signatures, along with news updates and contact forms for citizens to share their stories. Specific functionality included web hosting, CMS development, interface design petitions, and slideshows.

Campaign for Children NYC

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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.

Family Values @ Work

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Family Values at Work: Homepage

Family Values at Work is a  multi-state consortium is a network of 16 state coalitions and national policy and data experts, working for paid sick days, family leave insurance and other policies that value families at work.

The new site includes interactive features designed to connect users, share stories and integrate with new social media tools to make the site a dynamic force for change. Major functionality includes the Story Bank, a database of media-rich stories with advanced sorting and filtering capabilities.

East River Greenway

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Welcome to Friends of the East River Greenway New York City Homepage

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.

Women in Production (WIPNYC)

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Women in Production website by Social Ink

WIPNYC is a local community networking site for women in the film & video production field. The site provides a listings forum for job opportunities, events, housing, and networking opportunities.

Responsibilities included CMS developmen with integrated social networking, listings-board creation, front-end posting and editing, interface design and visual identity, email newsletter and subscriptions, and referral-based restricted access.

CITI ROLLER / CITI STROLLER

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Interface and Layout design and XTML development for CITI ROLLER/CITI STROLLER, Boston-based accessibility sites for wheelchair and stroller navigation.

Complements and promotes the apps available in the iTunes App Store.

designyc

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DesigNYC Homepage

Development and ongoing support for designyc.org, a robust new organization empowering non-profits, community organizations, and groups doing work in the interest of the public good.

Dressing Em

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Dressing Em Product

CMS and E-Commerce Development for Dressing Em, a local, Brooklyn-based handmade apparel shop.

Project included paypal-integrated e-commerce, with sales, promotions, and slideshows.

Kensington Prospect

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Kensington Prospect

Logo design and web development for the Kensington Prospect, a local neighborhood blog from Kensington, Brooklyn.

Identity, CMS, advertising, and email newsletter.

Social Ink has been in NYC since 2007!