We are honored to have won the 2020 People’s Voice Award for ‘Best Non-Profit Website’ for a Madeo-produced website, and to have been nominated for a second Webby Award.
We are humbled to see our work recognized by The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences. The New York Times calls it, “The internet’s highest honor.” We are thrilled to see this important recognition shed a spotlight on our clients and on social impact causes that we deeply care about.
The Equal Justice Initiative website won the People’s Voice Award for ‘Best Non-Profit Website’.
The Innocence Project website was nominated for ‘Best Activism Website’.
Both are remarkable leaders in the justice reform movement that deserve this attention and support, and we deeply appreciate everyone who took the time and helped the win happen by voting. Thank you!
If you are curious about the websites that won and were nominated, read on. 👇
Equal Justice Initiative’s new website
Madeo partnered with the Equal Justice Initiative on a completely redesigned website and new digital content strategy that amplifies the organization’s impact and deep educational resources. Given the complex and evolving nature of EJI’s work, the new website introduces a content strategy designed to invite new visitors to engage with and explore the many different facets of the organization’s work, while making it easier for familiar users to find what they’re looking for. The redesigned site also offers a fresh visual approach, with flexible options to meet the changing and expanding needs of the organization.
The new website was nominated for and won Best Non-Profit Website.
Innocence Project’s new and rebranded website
In 2018 Madeo and Innocence Project embarked on the most comprehensive rebrand for Innocence Project to date. The rebrand, needed to reflect the dynamic organization that Innocence Project is today, was also intended as an opportunity to create a consistent and scalable visual system. The new brand identity was created with the goal of supporting the fast growing brand applications: online, in print, at events, in videos, and on merchandise.
In 2019, we launched the new and improved Innocence Project website, which was nominated for Best Activism Website.