Portfolio

We can say we’re good at web design, but if you’re anything like us, work samples speak much louder than words.

Take a look at some of our work to get a feel for the kind of nonprofit websites we’ve made recently.

We worked with the Habitat for Humanity EBSV ReStore team to develop a website that makes it very easy to find ReStore locations, view inventory, or schedule a donation pick-up.

Why We Love This Project

Everyone knows Habitat for Humanity. But many people don’t know their own used home goods and building materials can help Habitat fund construction projects. We’re really excited to play a part in raising awareness and helping Habitat build more homes for low-income families.

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We worked with the awesome team at the Center for Arab American Philanthropy to develop a website that highlights philanthropy within the Arab American community.

Why We Love This Project

The Center for Arab American Philanthropy strives to improve communities by making grants to nonprofit organizations, serve donors by helping them carry out their philanthropic giving, build leaders by educating and inspiring Arab American youth, and shape perceptions about Arab Americans by highlighting their generous contributions to society. How could we not get on board with that mission?

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We partnered with the passionate and dedicated team at Aim High to create a website that highlights their transformative summer learning and enrichment program for San Francisco Bay Area students. They wanted a site that conveys the real impact they’re making in the community and inspires students and teachers to become a part of this life-changing program.

Why We Love this Project

We loved working with an organization that prepares low-income middle school students for the transition to high school and beyond. Aim High is a place “where learning is joyful,” and that was immediately evident to us. They believe each student should have an opportunity to succeed, and we really enjoyed partnering with them to create a website that captured their unique (and highly successful) approach to educational and youth development.

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We partnered with the amazing people at Pro Bono Partnership to develop a comprehensive resource for current and prospective volunteers, clients, and supporters.

Why We Love This Project

Pro Bono Partnership believes legal issues should not hinder nonprofits working to enhance the quality of life in communities across New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Their legal staff and network of volunteer attorneys help nonprofits help their communities. We loved the opportunity to work with an organization as passionate as we are about helping nonprofits.

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We worked with the dedicated team at Catholic Social Services (CSS) to develop a website that highlights the important services they’re offering to Anchorage’s most vulnerable residents. They wanted a site that showcased the real people behind their programs to show how they’re improving quality of life, one person at a time.

Why We Love This Project

Simply put, it was easy to get behind their mission of providing help and creating hope. The proof is in the 21,000 children, families and individuals CSS helps each year, regardless of their faith. We were thrilled to help CSS highlight the tremendous impact they’re making in the Anchorage community.

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We partnered with the team at Mississippi First to develop a site for their Creating Healthy and Responsible Teens (CHART) Initiative. CHART is working to increase the adoption and implementation of abstinence-plus sex education policies and programs in Mississippi school districts.

Why We Love This Project

We loved working with Mississippi First the last time, and were excited to work with them again. CHART was a fun opportunity to educate people on an important issue using web technology.

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We partnered with the folks at Brightside St. Louis to develop a site showcasing their Demonstration Garden. The Demo Garden allows visitors to learn about urban gardening best practices. We wanted to translate this experience to the web.

Why We Love This Project

We love Brightside St. Louis’s emphasis on educating those interested in urban gardening. They’re working hard to make St. Louis a more beautiful city in an environmentally-sustainable way. We were thrilled to have the opportunity to be a part of that effort.

 

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We partnered with the amazing people at City Academy to develop a one-stop resource for current and prospective students, parents and supporters of the school.

Why We Love This Project

City Academy believes family income shouldn’t be a barrier to high quality education, and offers scholarship support to 100% of their students. What a cool concept! We loved working with an organization so passionate about transforming their community through quality education for kids.

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We partnered with the amazing team at Morven Park’s Center for Civic Impact to create a website that would inspire the next generation to become active citizens in democracy.

Why We Love This Project

The Center for Civic Impact believes in creating a more engaged citizenry through educational opportunities. They’re working to develop future generations of informed and involved citizens so that our democracy can continue to thrive. We loved working with an organization so passionate about youth civic engagement!

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Paraquad empowers people with disabilities to increase their independence through choice and opportunity, and strives to make St. Louis a more accessible city for all  residents. We partnered with them to create a website showcasing this commitment.

Why We Love This Project

We loved working with Paraquad. Not only do they offer a wide variety of services to people with disabilities, but they’re active advocates for opportunities and policies that promote independent living.

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We worked with the Bay Area Lyme Foundation, a group in California dedicated to making Lyme disease “easy to diagnose and simple to cure.” They focus on not only funding innovative research, but also educating the public on how to prevent, diagnose, and treat Lyme disease more effectively.

Why We Love This Project

Well, first off, who doesn’t love an organization dedicated to helping people live better lives? But on top of their mission, we’re big fans of Bay Area Lyme Foundation’s focus on educating the community to better understand how to prevent and diagnose Lyme disease. We wanted this new website to be a helpful tool in their fight against Lyme disease.

 

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We worked with Jewish Federation of St. Louis to develop their Our Story site. They wanted to share the stories of people touched by their work and offer a glimpse into the impact the community can have when everyone works together.

Why We Love This Project

This initiative was all about the power of the community. We love any opportunity to use web technology to mobilize folks to come together for a shared cause. The stories, statistics and social media sharing show the greater impact individuals can have when they unite.

 

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Mississippi First is an organization working to reform the education system in Mississippi. They provide a ton of helpful information and research, as well as advocate for stronger education policy to help students throughout Mississippi succeed.

Why We Love This Project

The team at Mississippi First’s infectious passion for their mission was evident the first time we talked. Not only do we love their mission to produce better educational outcomes for students, but we also love their data-driven approach and focus on measuring those metrics that matter most to their mission.

 

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The Deaconess Faith Community Nurse Ministries is a group that provides “mental, physical and spiritual health” through a variety of services, advocacy and education. They were looking for a site to not only showcase their mission, but also share tips on healthy living and connect visitors with nurses.

Why We Love This Project

We were immediately drawn to their holistic approach to health. The organization empowers individuals to live healthier lives by providing mental, physical and spiritual health-related services.

 

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The Michigan Coalition for High Student Standards is a group of organizations that united to support high academic standards in public education. The group was looking for a website to provide clear, helpful information to those looking for insight into educational standards in Michigan schools. They also wanted visitors to be able to reach out to their legislators on key issues as they arose.

That’s the sort of stuff we can definitely get behind.

Why We Love This Project

We have a soft spot for education. But we also love the emphasis on educating visitors and pushing them to take meaningful action by getting involved in the mission. By allowing visitors to contact their legislators directly through the site, the organization was able to have a broader impact than they would have otherwise.

 

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The St. Louis Regional Health Commission is dedicated to improving healthcare in underserved communities throughout our area. They’re all about collaboration, working with organizations and individuals throughout the St. Louis region to improve health outcomes for everyone.

They were looking for a site that not only showcased their current initiatives, but also made it easy to find the work they’ve done to make St. Louis a better, healthier place since 2001.

Why We Love This Project

Not only were they a blast to work with, but they’re committed to using their website as a tool to drive their effectiveness forward. They have a ton of helpful information and resources to share, and saw the website as a valuable means to doing so.

Once we heard that, how could we not get involved?

 

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We worked with the awesome team at Big New Ideas to create an interactive website allowing artists, designers and those interested from all over the world to view, comment on and submit artwork surrounding President Barack Obama’s campaign for reelection in 2012.

Why We Love This Project

Regardless of your political affiliation, we think it’s really cool to see a project that unites visitors around a common cause. The artwork is beautiful. The messages are impassioned. And the website users were really engaged with the artwork leading up to the 2012 presidential election.

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The Klorfine Foundation is a family foundation dedicated to helping nonprofits increase their capacities and broaden their impact. They’re a great group of people working to create substantial change in the areas of the environment, arts & culture, medical research, and education.

Why We Love This Project

It meant a lot to us that the Klorfine Foundation asked us to build their first ever website. While the site itself is quite simple, the trust they placed in us to represent their organization and their work was not a task we took lightly.

 

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Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals of Greater St. Louis (CMN) is an incredible organization that works to fund the two stellar children’s hospitals in the St. Louis area. All of their work is aimed at helping these hospitals provide better care to children and supporting their families.

They wanted a website to showcase their work and share the inspirational stories of their Miracle Ambassadors, children who have overcome medical challenges of their own.

They’re a great group doing wonderful work to help families in our area.

Why We Love This Project

We love working with groups of dedicated people looking to make a positive impact. This group certainly fits. The kids are a true inspiration, and we’re thrilled to be a small part of the work CMN is doing to make these families’ lives a bit brighter.

 

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We had a chance to work with the RISD Career Center to build a platform to allow alumni to respond to questions through video and text. The Career Center could then share these responses with current and prospective students, alums, and the rest of their community.

Why We Love This Project

We remember what it was like to be in college. We all had a ton of questions we would’ve loved to ask those who graduated before us. We loved this idea as soon as RISD pitched it to us. It’s such a personal way to provide meaningful, beneficial content.

 

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