By Project Type: Web Design
Campaign to End Life Imprisonment
The Sentencing Project asked us to design a wordpress site for their Campaign to End Life Imprisonment. The site is visually immersive and features a strong call to action mixed with imagery and personal stories. endlifeimprisonment.org »
Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility
PEER (Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility) came to MillerCox Design wanting a powerful blogging platform and to feature a visually rich experience for their community of advocates. Peer.org »
US-Japan Bridging Foundation Web site design
The director of JUSFC, an independent federal agency whose mission is to support reciprocal people-to-people understanding, and promote partnerships that advance common interests between Japan and the United States, chose MillerCox when the three organizations she oversees needed an integrated, professional and affordable web presence. Our team planned, designed, and built three WordPress web sites for her and her team. JUSFC.gov »
Pasternak & Fidis Web site design/build
This law firm wanted a professional, attractive, and easy-to-update web site. Our team recommended a photo shoot at their office, a visual interface redesign, and a WordPress installation so they could easily update the site internally. We also revitalized their logo and helped them redesign a newsletter.
News Generation logo, web site, and brochure design
MillerCox worked with News Generation to create a more modern, simple logo. Then, we designed and custom-coded a WordPress web site with an integrated blog. Once the templates were complete, the team at News Generation did the majority of the web page implementation. With the WordPress site, their internal team is able to update web content and easily link to News Generation social channels. We also helped to visually integrate their Facebook and Twitter channels with their new logo. Finally, we applied the new logo to stationery and two printed, capabilities brochures.