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The AUMF

Social Ink Case Study
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.

The Correctional Association of New York works for prison reform and a more humane and equitable criminal justice system.

Social Ink designed a new visual identity and developed an information packed website with resources, and multipronged outreach initiatives. As we worked to refine the key content delivery mechanisms and targeted audiences, we developed and launched a specialized cross-referenced resource database, and multiple templates for coalitions, issue oriented actions, press and media, and more.

We are proud to support the Correctional Association’s work to reform the criminal justice system in New York and beyond, as we continue our work building websites for nonprofits.

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.

Funding Exchange (FEX)

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homepage, Funding Exchange (FEX) website by Social Ink

Social Ink worked with the Funding Exchange to design and develop a new website. The transition to CMS keeps homepage content fresh; allows easy blog publishing; integrates mailing lists, newsletters, and different initiatives; promote targeted giving for donors and connect grant-seekers with funding opportunities.

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.

Parking Mobility App Download

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Parking Mobility Slideshow

We designed and programmed three app download pages (for Android, Blackberry and iPhone) for the up and coming social networking site Parking Mobility, an organization concerned with guaranteeing parking sites for people with disabilities.

Working with their current theme, we implemented slideshows and server-browser interaction (AJAX) to give PM the functionality they needed to help users submit photos and addresses, and interact fully with the site.

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