We had another opportunity to sponsor a medical surgery. This time the medical team led by Shalom Foundation was down in Guatemala City. Yordin is a wonderful kid with a big smile, he had surgery from endoscopy speech and otoplasty. He is still hospitalized but certainly his life will be different from now on.
We helped simplify and design this mockup for an innovative and hardworking finance company located in India. The goal of the design was to create a visual that was approachable and simple, yet still presented itself as professional and worthy of a finance-related design.
DenimBlog is our flagship site that we have been working on for over 6 years! DenimBlog currently sees around 570,000 uniques per month and growing – totaling just over 2MM pageviews/month. Our audience is predominately 18-35 year old online shoppers – the Blog has a larger female presence, while the Community has a slightly larger male presence.
We recently had the opportunity to work with the awesome team from The Shalom Foundation to sponsor a surgery in Guatemala. Carlos had a smooth surgery and we are excited to report that he is recovering well.
Here is an update from their blog: Sun, Mar 27: It is our 1st day of surgery! The team operated on 7 patients today. After surgery, our second patient, 12-year-old Carlos, got up, walked down the halls and thanked and hugged every doctor and nurse – very touching. Yes a few eyes started sweating – brought tears to our eyes. What an angel. All of the children and family members are so thankful.
We had a great time working with Tim to relaunch his site. We helped simplify the navigation and streamline his workload as well. The site features a nice watermarking feature that ends up saving him time. Also the multiple photo uploader is also a big time saver. Tim complemented his site launch with a newsletter that helped double his traffic.
Here is a simple tumblr theme inspired by Paul Gianomono that our business director David uses for his personal site. The serif font is easy to read and the layout is focused on simplicity.
Here are some sitewide redesigns we were able to crank out for the team at SeeYourImpact. SeeYourImpact has a cool idea of allowing donors to see where their funds actually go. It was great being able to travel and work in India and take the images you see here for the final design.