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Latest Work

Here are a few examples of our recent work. A longer client list is below.

Together we can create jobs

Jobs change lives. REDF invests capital and expertise in mission-driven organizations, helping them build their business, expand their markets and measure the results. REDF has developed a huge repository of expertise, tools, and resources to help social enterprises create jobs, but they had no way of getting that information into the hands of their community. Together, we designed and built a platform that includes a learning library, a community, and a suite of business modeling tools. Visit redfworkshop.org

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An Effort to Protect Global Linguistic Diversity

Humanity today is facing a massive extinction: languages are disappearing at an unprecedented pace. With every language that dies we lose an enormous cultural heritage; the understanding of how humans relate to the world around us; scientific, medical and botanical knowledge; and most importantly, we lose the expression of communities’ humor, love and life.

In short, we lose the testimony of centuries of life. We developed an online archive to protect global linguistic diversity. EndangeredLanguages.com is a worldwide effort to share knowledge and resources for endangered languages. 
Visit endangeredlanguages.com

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A Publishing Platform for one of the Largest Websites on the Internet

Wikimedia’s blog was not mobile friendly, a burden to maintain, and insecure. It was time to redesign and rebuild the site to meet the needs of an expanding organization. Wikimedia wanted a new site to be a thriving community application, curating and promoting stories and images from across the Wikimedia movement.

We developed a simple site tailored to Wikimedia’s very diverse, international, multi-lingual community. We migrated all the old content to the new system, integrated WordPress with the Wikimedia Commons API, scrubbed data to ensure privacy and anonymity, and optimized the site for WordPress.com enterprise hosting.

Visit blog.wikimedia.org

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Better Consumer Buying Behavior

The Environmental Working Group empowers people to live healthier lives in a healthier environment and drives consumer choice and civic action with breakthrough research and an informed public. EWG’s data science is an amazing behavior change tool, but it wasn’t in the hands of consumers when they were making purchasing decisions.

We built iPhone and Android apps with EWG to provide consumers with access to on-the-go information about Food (EWG’s FoodScores) and Skin Care products (EWG’s Skin Deep).
Download the apps at the App Store and Google Play

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our clients

Foundations & Funders:
– Google.org
– Skoll Foundation
– Wikimedia Foundation
– The Christensen FundB Corps:
– 3Degrees, Inc.
– Sun Light and Power, PBC
– New Resource Bank
– Happy Baby
– Honeyman Consulting
– AlterEco
– Custom Clouds, PBCProgressive / Political:
– Obama for America
– MapLight Foundation
– League of Women Voters of California
– Bevan Dufty for Mayor of San FranciscoHealthtech:
– Qure Healthcare
– Patient Determined Outcomes (PDX)
– Dorsata
Conveners:
– The World Affairs Council / Global Philanthropy Forum
– SOCAP / The HUB Bay Area
– The Skoll World Forum
– Ashoka UNon Profit:
– Mercy Corps
– The Environmental Working Group
– REDFFitness & Health:
– TRX Fitness / Fitness Anywhere
– The Bar Method, InternationalSmall But Awesome Nonprofits:
– Catapult Design
– Gray Area Foundation for the Arts
– Center for Environmental Health
– Lighthouse Charter School
– Sandy Storyline
– COTAP
– Muslim Advocates
Startup, Technology & Business:
– Intuit
– ZenDesk
– Yahoo!
– TubeMogul
– Trulia
– Linden Labs / Second Life
– The Westfield Group
– LiquidSpace
– Pocket Gems
– Sequent
– CoverHound
– Bee Partners
– Goldmine / FrontRangeGovernment & Agency:
– USAID
– UN World Food Program
– UNICEF
– Lawrence Berkeley National Labs
– Department of Energy
– The City and County of San Francisco
– New York City / DigitalNYC