Our team launched some exciting websites in the past year, and two of those projects are now winners of the W³ Gold Award in the Charitable Organization and Nonprofit Website category: the ASPCA and the U.S. Fund for UNICEF.
W're so happy to announce that the U.S. Fund for UNICEF officially launched their gorgeous new website on April 30. We worked on this project with the incredibly talented team at the U.S. Fund and our brilliant partner, Threespot.
We started working with the U.S. Fund for UNICEF just about two years ago on a consulting project, working to form the best digital team possible for them, and also to find ways to align their technology strategy with renewed branding goals and focus. It was a pleasure every step of the way.
What makes a great homepage... Powerful images? Clear calls to action? Interesting user stories? We all know these are some of the criteria behind awesome landing, home, and welcome pages. But the group at ICRW knocked it out of the park and is an Official Webby Award Honoree for the Best Home/Welcome page category.
Check out their amazing work here!
One of the cooler projects we work on is the Democratic Intranet on Capitol Hill - aka - DemCom. We work on the project with the Office of the Democratic Whip and have been developing the intranet for about 3 years now. DemCom is powered by Drupal 6 and has lots of bells and whisteles - such as LDAP integration, complex organic groups, and consumes data from a variety of external sources.
The International Fund for Animal Welfare was in need of a new look and platform to support their international advocacy and fundraising work. With help from a stellar design by Provokateur, we helped bring IFAW into the world of Drupal and Salesforce powering over 10 distinct sites, in multiple languages, with fundraising in a variety of currencies and payment methods as well as an integration with Engaging Networks for
Supporters of Amnesty International, USA have a new tool in their arsenal to protect human rights worldwide. The new Drupal website was designed by Threespot and built by Jackson River to focus, educate, and activate Amnesty's constituents on human rights issues, campaigns and cases around the world.