Interactive map allowing sorting and filtering of state and local immigration resources for CLINIC Legal(Design by CEDC)
The Center of Concern's Education for Justice project website.(Design by CEDC)
Church World Service educational World Food Day placemats(Design by CEDC)
Living Peace magazine, published by the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace.(Design by CEDC)
Inspiring Women benefit (logo, microsite, and save the date card).(Design by CEDC)
CEDC (nonprofit web & graphic design)
The Lynching Sites Project of Memphis is a network of people seeking to, in the words of Ida B. Wells, "shine the light of truth" on past wrongs with the expectation that being honest about the past will allow us to better understand the present and begin to heal. The website is one of the primary public faces that the project has to display the research and work they are doing via an interactive map, articles, and scans of archival material. We were honored to be able to work on this project with them.
The 2016 Global NGO Online Technology Report provides some interesting statistics about online technology and NGOs around the world. Would you have guessed that more NGOs have Facebook pages than have websites? (95% to 92% respectively).
For International Women's Day, we shine the spotlight on one of our partners*, My Sister's Place DC: "part of an interactive community committed to eradicating domestic violence."
Sprout Creek Farm is a functioning educational farm that produces award-winning artisan cheeses in addition to its educational programming. We've recently worked with them to streamline their website and the way they manage donations, registrations, cheese sales, and contact data. We tried to provide an on-ramp to the life of the Farm as much as possible via a short background video on the homepage as well as by featuring their incredible library photos in the background on interior pages.
Beth Ponticello, our Art Director, has been working with us and our partners since 1995, which is no small amount of time in the graphic design world and is two eternities in the web world.
After nearly 14 years, it's time for us to bid a bittersweet bon voyage to Will Simpson, who has been involved in almost every aspect of CEDC's work over the years.
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