Pixels & Pulp
Megan Keogh and Elise Weeks have been working to design meaningful brands for over a decade. They create strategic designs that are approachable, intuitive, and human. They have many years of experience working with non-profits and other organizations that are helping to make the world a better placein the US and abroadincluding The Climate Group, The Marion Institute, The University of New Hampshire, and The Smithsonian. You can find samples of their work at pixelsandpulp.com.
Threespot is an interactive agency founded on the belief that creative strategy and strategic creative can bring about meaningful change. We make websites, we craft solutions, and we change the way organizations think about themselves.
A New Hampshire-based consulting firm that is entirely solar-powered. Eileen Webb and Aaron Parkening help progressive organizations develop content and technology strategies that fulfill their missions to make the world a better place. Find out more about them at webmeadow.com.
Lisa Maria MartinLisa Maria Martin is an independent content strategist and information architect based in Washington, DC. With a varied background in academia, design, writing, and marketing, she now helps organizations develop web content that is findable, usable, and meaningful. She focuses on the structural side of content (sitemaps, content models, information hierarchy), while advocating for sustainable content production processes. Lisa Maria is also an editor at A List Apart, a publication for people who work on the web. You can find her online at The Future is like Pie and on Twitter as @redsesame.
Paige spent the last five years as an information architect and back-end developer at Digital Loom in Cambridge, MA, building nonprofit websites in Drupal. Now a freelance consultant, Paige holds a Master’s Degree in Library Science from Simmons College. Her interest in web technology grew in positions at the Woburn Library, Ex Libris, and Minuteman Library Network, where she designed, built, and maintained all manner of websites, online catalogs, and staff intranets, and patiently explained them all to patrons and staff alike. At Digital Loom, Paige was the lead back-end developer for many large, complex sites, NEFA, Radcliffe and Harvard, and Boston ICA.
Renee is a web developer with over 10 years' experience in creating interactive and scalable websites and applications, finding efficient and cost-effective end-to-end solutions for education and business, mostly using Drupal. She got her start at Queen's University, where she developed interactive educational websites for engineering students, and put a building -- and all its internal systems -- on the internet in real-time. Since then her clients have included the National Farmers' Union, BC Housing, media agencies, and over a dozen non-profit organizations. Formerly an applications development team lead at the University of British Columbia's Computer Science department, Renée is now on staff at Acquia. Find Renée on Twitter at @reneestephen.
Savas Labs is a full-service web development and design shop. Our team has years of experience in Drupal, web development, cartography, design, and project management.
Jim Craner & Galecia Group
Jim is an independent consultant and a 2012 Code for America alum. He specializes in nonprofit technology strategy and website development. He has 10 years of experience working with nonprofit organizations, community groups, and progressive social enterprisesof all shapes and sizes, from all over the United Stateson cool Internet-related projects. His work includes strategic technology planning, website and database development using Drupal and CiviCRM, online community building, community technology issues, and online mapping. Learn more about Jim at http://jimcraner.com.