We recently partnered with CALSTART to create a website for the California Hybrid and Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project. The voucher program encourages the growth of the market for zero-emission and hybrid trucks. Check out the details of the project in our portfolio.
Social Ink is very proud to announce the launch of the new City Harvest flagship site! We worked with New York’s only large food rescue initiative to build a website that reflects the breadth of their work and the goals of their mission to many stakeholders.
We recently finished a website overhaul for WE ACT for Environmental Justice. The new platform focuses on the organization’s incredible story and its mission to empower and organize low-income, people of color to build environmentally healthy communities. Check out the project details in our portfolio.
Social Ink recently worked with Riverkeeper to launch their new web platform!
“Freshkills.” Was there ever a better name for a landfill? An infamous location in New York City lore, the former “dump” is now being transformed into a sparkling 2200 acre urban park, with an ambitious plan for mixed use applications across the spectrum of public participation.
It’s been our great honor here at Social Ink to have spent the last year working closely with the Freshkills Park Alliance (the non-profit which partners with the City of New York to redevelop the site) to re-plan, organize, and rebuild the FKPA website, from design through to development. Carrying forward our founding mission to serve nonprofits, public and civic-minded organizations, we can’t wait to see the Park unfold as the plan comes to life.
Check out the Freshkills Park Alliance website to learn more and get involved. For more about our work on the project, head on over to our portfolio entry.
WEDO (Women’s Environment and Development Organization) was one of our first major clients and remain long time favorite of ours. We just finished helping them officially kick off the celebration of their 20th anniversary, a campaign they call WEDO 20+. Help them celebrate 20 years of incredible work towards Women’s Leadership, Sustainability, and Global Governance around the world. Here’s to twenty–plus many more!
We’re pleased to announce the recent stage 1 launch of Project Vortex, a non-profit organization which commits itself to using salvaged ocean debris as materials and inspiration for art. We set up Project Vortex with a fully functional, CMS including slideshows and an integrated news feed. We were particularly happy to work alongside fellow designer Justin Troust of secondsight art, whose great design we were able to execute for the site.