The MOVE website uses new media tools to promote health equity in King County, Washington, with digital stories and locations related to public health victories plotted on a map.
The Power of Hope unleashes the positive potential of youth through arts-centered programs that value self-awareness, leadership, community and social change.
Partnership for Safety and Justice, formerly known as Western Prison Project, is one of our oldest clients. We moved them to Drupal and have since helped them through two redesigns.
This bilingual site for PCUN, the Latino farmworker union in Oregon and the state's largest Latino organization, features multimedia content and keeps its constituency informed of its many activities.
We modified an open source Drupal theme for Entre Hermanos, and built the organization's first dynamic, bilingual website. The staff can finally update their own site without HTML knowledge.
Serving over 8,000 students, artists, and audience members with its classes, performances, workshops, and guest artist programs, Freehold Theatre is an integral part of the city's art community.
We provide support and ongoing development for Seattle's LGBT and Allied business and professional chamber of commerce.
University Unitarian's website provides its community with service and event information, podcasts of weekly sermons, and more. The design reflects the church's award-winning architecture by Paul Hayden Kirk.
Civic engagement and social networking for Seattle youth, sponsored by the City of Seattle. Partners include the Seattle YMCA and the Department of Communications at UW.
We build websites, strategies, and partnerships that make the world a better place.
Our clients are people, organizations, businesses, educational institutions, and more... but they're all trying to change something, empower someone, or bring more beauty to the world.