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Social Ink created a new website and visual identity for The Daniel Patrick Moynihan Film Project, a documentary chronicling the life of the former United States senator and ambassador to the United Nations.

The Prisoner Reentry Institute's new site represents Social Ink's work in the space between nonprofits and legal jurisdictions.

We're happy to announce the launch of the new website for the Global Institute of Advanced Study at NYU!

The SARTs in Corrections site represents our collaboration with foundations and nonprofits working for justice in correctional environments.

Social Ink is happy to announce the launch of the new HomeSmart NY website! See our portfolio for details.

HomeSmartNY is large network of professional, unbiased, nonprofit advisors that trains over 15,000 New Yorkers to be expert homebuyers every year. …

We’re excited to announce the launch of the new National Association of City Transportation Officials web platform! Our work for NACTO on this user-friendly, responsive website is detailed in our portfolio.

As a non-profit association that represents large cities …

In spring 2015, Social Ink created a web platform for the Equity Project, a nonprofit organization that examines how issues of sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression affect youth as they move through the juvenile delinquency system. To overhaul …

Social Ink is happy to work with the Safety and Justice Challenge, an initiative supported by the MacArthur Foundation with the laudable goal of changing the way America views and uses jails.

Social Ink spearheaded the web design and development …

Social Ink created a sophisticated e-commerce platform for the luxury linens and apparel company, Olatz. Get the details of the project in our portfolio entry.

Olatz studied design in Barcelona and modeled internationally for Dior, Calvin Klein, Yves …

A sleek new platform for the IUCN Global Gender Office.

Announcing the Center for Ballet and the Arts NYU, using digital innovation to bring together contemporary institutions and a centuries-old art form. Plus a profile in the New York Times.

Picking up on our work with artist, filmmaker, and general man-about-town Julian Schnabel, we recently designed and developed a custom, self-hosted video section on julianschnabel.com. The new section highlights behind the scenes footage and other archival material and video art from Schnabel and company, including a short documentary, sculpture in Switzerland, and a 'making of' featurette for Ahab. Rather than embedding videos via a third party service such as youtube or vimeo, we designed and implemented a custom player, giving a more branded, streamlined look and feel. As part of our ongoing mission to serve artists and creatives in New York (and beyond!), we're thrilled to expand the growing portfolio website and online home for Julian Schnabel.

Social Ink has been in NYC since 2007!