Harvard Law School’s Jon Hanson worked with Social Ink on two recent projects – the longstanding overhaul of the Systemic Justice Project and the recent student-run, public-fed online magazine The Flaw.
We’re thrilled to announce the new launch of the overhauled website for the Albert Ellis Institute! Including logo design, branding, and complete web design and development, the new site is optimized for Psychwire and features a user-friendly ‘find a therapist’ look up tool with multiple features. Read more about the project on our portfolio and head over to the new Albert Ellis Institute website!
We’re pleased to announce the recent re-launch of the Feminist Response to COVID-19 website, with a new mapping platform for gathering stories from around the world as feminists respond to their experiences during the last year of the global pandemic. Read more on our portfolio entry, or check out the full website here.
Continuing our partnership with the civic-minded folks at People for Bikes, we recently rebuilt core functionality and design for the Better Bike Share Partnership website. Key elements of the work included a visual refresh, and big improvements to grant announcements, grantee profiles, events, and resources. See our full portfolio entry or head on over to the Better Bike Share website!
We were thrilled to work alongside the great team at TakeRoot Justice–a nascent organization formerly housed by the Urban Justice Center. Read about our work together on our portfolio entry or check out the new website!
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.