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digital and experiential, websites, microsites, content creation and campaings. you name it! here are some of our most recent projects.
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Immigrants are essential is a public art installation and a COVID-19 memorial in NYC to undocumented immigrants. (Fedelina, Mario, Moisés, Yimel, Juan, Ofelia and Guadalupe.) Just seven out of tens of thousands of undocumented immigrants who were taken too soon by the pandemic.
Foster America works with communities and local governments, to create a just, equitable alternative to today’s child welfare system – so parents and children stay together with access to the resources they need to thrive. Pixelittle designed and developed a brand new website for the organization in collaboration with Branding partners The Additive Agency.
The Meteor is a group of journalists, artists, filmmakers, and media leaders dedicated to advancing gender and racial justice and equity. Pixelittle has helped The Meteor expand its initial brand (logo and colors) with multiple programs and extensions that continue to grow and evolve in 2024.
An initiative of the United Nations Foundation, the Universal Access Project mobilizes resources and connects partners to strengthen U.S. foreign policy leadership and private sector action on global sexual and reproductive health, rights and justice. We built a new design system based on the existing brand and helped design and develop a new website.
A media company spotlighting students, teachers, and communities to ensure every child receives a personally meaningful , culturally affirming, child-centric education. EdPost empowers influential voices to narrate impactful stories that galvanize communities into action.
In collaboration with The Additive Agency, we designed and developed a digital campaign for The Harlem’s Children Zone and their community response to COVID-19. Our goal was to expand the campaign to a digital experience by encouraging the community of Harlem to stop the spread of COVID-19 by staying home, socially distancing, and wearing masks.
22 For ’22: Visions for a Feminist Future is part of a yearly international summit in NYC, taking a deep dive into the issues that touch all of our lives at this crucial time. From climate justice and human rights to reproductive freedom and mental health.
Our team developed modern and culturally-relevant content and web platforms to expand the reach of a classic and iconic brand. Using a multi-platform approach to connect with parents (including partnerships with the United Nations and Nick Jr.), this content drove record social engagement.
In collaboration with the Columbia University School of Nursing faculty and the Additive Agency, I designed and developed the Nurse Practitioner Group’s website—from the UX strategy, wireframes and user flows to web design and CMS development.
As part of an initiative to improve local parks, the City of Hallandale Beach, Florida, launched a campaign to gather community input and secure voter approval of citywide plans, including new public recreation programs and expanded greenspace. We designed the campaign and oversaw all creative direction, which was influenced by Hallandale Beach’s bright colors and diverse demographics of young adults and families.
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