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.
We’re very proud to announce the recent launch of Nolita Chemists, whose new website kicks off a fresh new visual identity and brand. Social Ink worked with Nolita Chemists on both branding and web design and development, creating a logomark and set of branding guidelines to welcome them to the neighborhood.
As a small, local drugstore in the Nolita district of lower Manhattan, Nolita Chemists wanted to appeal to both a sense of history as well as a modern sense of specialty goods and personalized service. For more on our work on this branding and web kickoff, see our portfolio entry.
Wishing Nolita Chemists success as they build roots and community ties!
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.
We’re happy to announce the release of our newest site working with New York organizations around the criminal justice system, civil and social rights, and youth. The Raise the Age New York campaign urges reform:
The legal process must respond to all children as children and services and placement options must meet the rehabilitative needs of all children and youth.
Continuing our work with nonprofits in New York City working for sensible policy within the justice system and social justice in general, we recently celebrated the launch of the Justice and Health Connect platform, a national resource for data sharing between professionals in the health and justice sectors.
As we describe in our portfolio entry, JH Connect ties together research and data in a dynamically searchable information bank, presenting resources for professionals and those working to reshape the system. In addition, a narrative based toolkit guides users through background information and connective strands, while complementary background and key fact modules round out the information-rich website.
We’re thrilled to be working the good folks over at Vera, and hope to participate in new web initiatives in the near future!
Bridges to Community is a local, New York area non-profit doing amazing work in Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic. By organizing volunteer trips to specific sites in these countries, Bridges builds connections across an array of program areas to help improve housing, education, health, and economic development.
As part of our work building websites for nonprofits, Social Ink worked with Bridges to Community to overhaul their design and their content organization (what we call information architecture). With a rebuilt site, Bridges can now directly organize trips and supporting events and other activities, via on-site payments and intelligent workflows which bring users to ‘checkout’ endpoints based on their preferences and other information.
May Andersen, a model and artist currently living in New York City, has launched a brand new portfolio website, happily implemented by our team here at Social Ink! The site showcases not only Andersen’s modeling work (did you miss her in the 2003 Sports Illustrated Swim Suit edition?), but also her photography and art, essays, and a blog.
This site posed a unique challenge–to splice in Andersen’s instagram photography into the content of the site itself. Through some custom code, we were able to provide yet another easy way for non-technical clients to update there site, no code required!
Introducing the Breast Cancer Family Registry, a project of Columbia University’s breast cancer research department, funded by the National Institute of Health.
The site aims to provide a wealth of resources for study participants and researchers among a cohort of universities and institutions. Read more about our work on the project on our portfolio entry.