The 24 Hour Web Project was conceived in the SmallBox offices in Indianapolis, IN, inspired by something happening halfway across the world at FullCode Press. The idea for this project is: find a local nonprofit, gather a team, make said nonprofit a useful website in 24 hours, raise community awareness and maybe get them some donations in the process.
After six years of making websites for 24HWP, SmallBox decided it was time to broaden the challenge. After all, we offer many more services beyond designing and building websites, including branding, marketing and consulting of all kinds. Websites are great, but what else might we tackle?
24HWP is now 24H_P. You fill in the blank—web, brand, problem x—we’re up for any challenge. Same time, endless possibilities.
The Project takes place each Fall, a sure fire way to fill SmallBoxer hearts and fuel our need to be a part of our beloved Indy community. The team gets to revel in losing sleep helping out for a good cause, the nonprofit gets to solve a big problem overnight. Win-win, all around.