The Definitive Measure of Environmental Performance

See how we're helping Yale change how governments and business around the world understand and act on environmental performance and climate change.

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Designing a
New Way Forward

We unite strategy, design and technology to help nonprofits, universities and game- changing businesses educate and engage audiences, inspire them to act, and increase impact.

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A Strong Message for a Sustainable Community Leader

Pratt Center's new positioning, messaging and identity have focused its brand and re-energized their leadership in ensuring more equitable and sustainable NY communities.

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Say Good Morning to
a New Day in Sleep Science Innovation

We've helped health and fitness pioneer, Lark, launch the next phase of their business and deliver an amazing customer experience.

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What is Development Done Differently?

See how Tostan is more effectively engaging audiences to empower African communities, champion women's and children's rights, and create generational change that ensures dignity for all.

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An Online Community Advancing Women
and Business

Catalyst's new community-driven website is advancing both women & business by creating a global discussion and sharing research with hundreds of thousands, worldwide.

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Areas of Expertise

Nonprofits & Education

Delivering strategy, branding and website design for nonprofits, universities and academic institutions to help shape the world.

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Technology & Innovation

Designing successful customer experiences by articulating a clear value proposition, then delivering on the promise every time out.

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Our Thinking

Five Things I Wish Every Client Knew About Launching Their Website

User Acceptance Testing, or UAT, is the phase of a website redesign project where the people who will actually use it in the wild get to test it out and accept it before "Release" or "Go-Live." It goes by many names, depending on whether you follow one formal methodology or another, but the basic

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The 4 Strategic Foundations of Effective Websites

If you’ve been part of a website redesign as either a client or design firm (or are impatiently waiting for one), the following list of problems that need addressing probably sound familiar: Poor Organization, Confusing Navigation, Cluttered Design, Confusing Content, Clunky CMS.

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Getting Buy-In: How to Galvanize Stakeholders and Create an Army of Support for Your Project

Or are there people who roll their eyes at the mention of the project, or just don’t care at all? Your project has a much better chance of success if everyone impacted by it is involved and interested from the get-go.

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