March 2022 Newsletter

March 10, 2022
MARCH 2022

Hello Friends!

Happy (almost) Spring! This month we’re featuring sites that we’ve launched for a local nonprofit, a library that connects the world’s Jewish community, and Virginia’s Senate Democrats.

We’re also highlighting one of our favorite blog posts to write each year – Trends to Watch in 2022. After looking back at the sites we launched over the course of the year, we always love to turn our attention forward and evaluate the new techniques and approaches that we expect to see more of in the future. Make sure to check it out! 


Caring House

Caring House is a Durham nonprofit that serves as a home away from home for Duke Cancer Institute patients and their caregivers. We worked closely with the organization to design a friendly, approachable website that offers easy access to information about the referral process, House policies, and opportunities for community members to donate or volunteer. 

National Library of Israel USA

The National Library of Israel is a robust organization that curates and preserves a collection of materials about Jewish culture and heritage. NLI USA, the library’s United States branch, serves as a partner that expands the organization’s reach by promoting events, programs, and ways for US residents to get involved. We worked with NLI USA to create a new website that allows them to connect with stakeholders and easily distribute resources and information online.  

Virginia Senate Democratic Caucus

For the Virginia Senate Democratic Caucus, we created a vibrant new website that houses information about individual members, voting resources, and recent news. The site’s design incorporates the group’s strong sense of brand with cheerful shapes, bright colors, and a crisp, modern look.


Web Design Trends to Watch in 2022

It’s an exciting time to be designing websites! In this post, we take a closer look at cool trends that range from creative uses of typography to scroll hijacking. 


How to Create a Custom QR Code

From flyers to business cards to menus, QR codes can be a great solution for bridging the gap between in-person interactions and your organization’s website. This post outlines some QR basics along with steps for customizing the codes to match your colors and logo. 

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