We're excited to continue our relationship with BoardAssist, a nationally recognized organization that helps nonprofits and board members connect with one another!
We're delighted to announce two new launches of the last month, the progressive and activist journalism site Waging Nonviolence, and the fresh, exciting classical music guild Concert Artists Guild. Waging Nonviolence's exciting mission:
Waging Nonviolence is a source for original news and analysis about struggles for justice and peace around the globe. Ordinary people build power using nonviolent strategies and tactics every day, even under the most difficult of circumstances, yet these stories often go unnoticed or misunderstood by a media industry fixated on violence and celebrity.Concert Artist Guild's mission is also one of helping the community:
Founded in 1951 with a mission to discover, nurture & promote young musicians, Concert Artists Guild helps artists launch sustainable careers. CAG provides support to a roster of talented artists during a critical and formative time: between completion of formal studies and the achievement of an established career.Visit the portfolio pages of Waging Nonviolence or Concert Artists Guild today!
Social Ink is proud to continue our efforts in Community and Education work with the launch of a new website for The Pinkerton Foundation. Established in 1966, the foundation:
supports community-based programs for children, youth and families in economically disadvantaged areas in New York City. Although we consider a wide range of youth development initiatives, Pinkerton favors direct-service programs that have one overriding goal: to help young people reach their full potential. Most of the programs we support take place in the after-school, weekend or summer hours and focus on providing opportunities for academic development, career readiness and cultural enrichment. We also support a number of programs that offer a way forward for young people after an encounter with the criminal justice system or years in foster care.Read more about our work with this passionate organization on the Pinkerton Foundation's portfolio page.
We are thrilled to announce the launch of Steeplechase Films brand new website, marking the launch of Ric Burns' latest documentary project, Death and the Civil War. The film premiers tonight on PBS. To see the site and explore the Steeplechase archive, including video clips, film score excerpts, slideshows, production stills, and a wealth of supplementary information, head on over to http://ricburns.com. You can read more about our work designing and developing the website over at our Portfolio Page.
As the summer winds down, we're happy to unveil our latest project with New York-based BoardAssist:
BoardAssist, a New York based nonprofit corporation, is the leading personalized board recruiting resources available to the tri-state nonprofit community. We offer New Yorkers who want to make a real change in the nonprofit world a wide selection of board options and advice on selecting the right one for them. Our nonprofit clients range from start-up organizations to some of the most established names in the nonprofit community, and serve interest areas from arts and education to the environment and poverty relief. Though most BoardAssist clients are New York-based, they serve locally, nationally and internationally.Head along to the BoardAssist portfolio page to see the work we did with the organization, including redeveloping the application process, creating an image-rich, user friendly website that's easily updatable from anywhere, and a sparkling new visual identity.
We are very happy to announce the recent launch of http://insidewing.com, the brand new web home for Wing, an advertising agency serving the Latino market in the US and a subsidiary of the Grey Global Group. The project converted Wing's old, flash-based website into a completely new design and CMS platform, enabling easy updates and media rich slideshows and portfolio videos for all devices. You can read more about the project and explore similar work on our portfolio entry. ¡Felicitaciones a Wing!
In a new record for site deployment, Social Ink worked round the clock to develop and launch a website for the Campaign for Children NYC, a partnership of The Emergency Coalition to Save Child Care and the NYC Youth Alliance. The site is designed to complement and further the efforts of the campaign against Mayor Bloomberg’s recent cuts to child care and after-school programs. Read more about the project on our portfolio or head on over to the site. Social Ink is proud to stand with the Campaign advocates working tirelessly to further the futures of our city's youth.
Social Ink is pleased to launch the new brand + website for one of our fellow DUMBO neighbors, Tor Ekeland, PC! Tor Ekeland, PC is a boutique litigation and transactional law firm that handles civil and criminal matters along with its clients' business needs. The nimble team, led by Tor Ekeland, also provides a wide range of services for artists, journalists, and designer clients. You can read more about this project on our portfolio page or click on over to the site.
Social Ink recently helped to develop the logo and online presence for a critical initiative of the Mental Health Association of New York City. The Coordinated Children’s Service Initiative (CCSI) works to further the system of care for children with mental health challenges in NYC through a synchronized network of services. With the design of a new logo and the institution of graphic standards, our team created a website that highlights critical information and allows for improved accessibility to resources and referrals for families. Read more about it on our portfolio page or click on over to the site!
We're pleased to announce the launch of a new Manhattan and New York City advocacy site, Friends of the East River Greenway! We worked with the coalition to design and develop a new advocacy website for the coalition. The design 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.