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Projects Update: October 2013

by Jason Unger, Founder

Forrest and Barbara at our space in Philadelphia’s IndyHall.

It’s been a busy month for us (which is one of the reasons there haven’t been as many blog posts, but don’t worry — we’ll catch up on that). We have, however, been pretty active on our Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+ pages with links, photos and more — so make sure you’re connecting with us there, too.

Over the past month, we’ve worked on a number of awesome projects for some amazing clients, so let’s do a quick shout out to them.

Graphic Design: Magazines, Online and More

We’re in the middle of working on a campaign for our clients at Give.com, which helps donors and nonprofits make the best use of charitable giving. They’ve got a lot of exciting projects in the works, and we’re glad to be able to work with them to help get it all done.

Our clients at Fanspeak are sharing some great football content with their interactive magazines, and over the past month, we’ve helped them launch their 2013 NFL Guide and the 2013 Redskins Season Guide. With more in the works, their readers will have a lot of great football insights to read.

Lastly, we’re finalizing a project with what has to be the longest running business we’ve ever worked with — Camp Hopson of Newbury, an English store whose heritage runs back to 1854.

WordPress and Digital Media: Launches, Development, Filming and More

Ever since we helped launch the website for Jericho City of Praise, they’ve had big plans to develop a feature on their site offering messages from their weekly services and from their late co-founder, Apostle Betty P. Peebles. “The Word” — where congregants and community members can hear these clips — has launched, and we’re excited to have helped them make that a reality.

A few weeks ago, we helped launch a brand new website for the Florida Yacht Group, which sells, charters and services the world’s top sailing yachts, catamarans and power boats. Check out their new site here.

The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington reached out to us to film a panel event they were hosting on the Pew Research Center’s recent “Portrait of Jewish Americans,” featuring Alan Cooperman, the Deputy Director at the Pew Research Center’s Religion & Public Life Project, who oversaw the research project. It was an incredibly interesting discussion with a lot of great information shared.

We’re proud to be working with such great clients on projects that really make an impact. There’s a lot more in the works, so stay tuned for a monthly projects update next month.

In other exciting news — we’re happy to announce that Barbara Boyer, our former Graphic Design Intern, is now onboard as a Staff Designer. She’s working on all of our design projects, and we’re excited to have her talents on staff.

Forrest and Barbara at our space in Philadelphia's IndyHall.

Forrest and Barbara at our space in Philadelphia’s IndyHall.

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About Jason Unger

Jason Unger is the Founder of Digital Ink. He built his first website on Geocities, and hasn't looked back since. Digital Ink tells stories for forward-thinking businesses, mission-driven organizations, and marketing and technology agencies in need of a creative and digital partner.

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