Social Ink spearheaded the web design and development for the MacArthur Foundation’s major initiative working toward nationwide jail reform. Working alongside policy and research leaders at the Vera Institute of Justice, the website provides a staging platform for the grant-seeking competition, as well as issue-related resources, research and reports, and as an ongoing way to track progress by selected jurisdictions.
We are proud to announce the recent launch of the new J.M. Kaplan Fund website, recently launched in August. The site provides a brand new platform for the fund, as they continue their philanthropic work in New York City, and on international projects such as historic preservation in Turkey and environmental work in the northern seas.
Our work included a transition to a Content Management System (CMS) based site for staff content control, and special areas for program overviews and grant inquiries.
For a complete breakdown of our work together, click on over to our Portfolio entry.
We are proud to announce the recent launch of the new Lavelle Fund website, a product of our work together over the last several months.
The Lavelle Fund does amazing work in and around NY, providing resources for the blind, visually impaired, and those working to prevent vision loss.
Our work included a CMS-powered site, with special attention toward accessibility issues such as dynamic text size and screenreader support.
For a complete breakdown of the project, click on over to our Portfolio entry.
Social Ink is pleased to once again support the efforts of FEX: The Funding Exchange, a national membership organization of regionally based social justice foundations. You can Read more about our work on the this new project on our portfolio page or click on over to the site!
In our latest collaboration, we developed a microsite for the No Small Change targeted fundraising drive. This project connects grantees, donors, and activists to foster interest among these vital groups. By developing a sense of community and participation among potential donors through an interactive, playful, and bold web interface, FEX again extends its reach to everyday giving.
Social Ink is pleased to announce the launch of www.fex.org, a nonprofit organization provinding a “network of community foundations that engage activists to determine which organizations and issues need financial support.” Social Ink designed a new logo and branding guidelines and developed the CMS-powered website, featuring capabilities to apply for grants; targeted giving for donors, a newsletter and mailing list integration; a blog with guest contributors.