A phased and highly collaborative project over the course of a year created an engaging, accessible, and unique new website design to showcase a new brand and logo.
With a previous DIY website and a new branding guide, the BIPOC ED Coalition of Washington State was ready to get a newer, more engaging and full-featured website to match their big vision.
A rapidly expanding organization with a new name and visual brand needed a website that could grow with them as they serve their community.
A team of researchers needed support in building a user-friendly, easy-to-manage website for visualizing complex data about vaccines and trials to the public.
New name. New brand. New website. EarthGen’s new site brought everything together as they worked to grow the next generation of environmental leaders.
A new design helps visitors quickly find and learn from refocused information for specific audience needs.
Two organizations joining forces produced a dynamic website built to support their community.
This network of 14 sites underwent a strategic redesign to highlight the unique local work done by each affiliate organization to keep kids in school.
An organization providing comprehensive services to youth who have experienced homelessness got a long overdue upgrade.
An incremental approach to website improvements has enabled Puget Soundkeeper Alliance to constantly improve their website while they work to keep the Puget Sound clean.
A website to help people sign up for the solar energy campaign in their community ASAP!
Following a successful redesign in 2013, 501 Commons showed how a little design refresh can go a long way.
An organization creating important information to fight domestic violence needed a website to help users find it.
With an audience of young parents, PEPS needed a site that works with a baby in one hand and a phone in the other.