That's what it's all about

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. The team gets to revel in losing sleep helping out for a good cause, the nonprofit gets to benefit from their new site. Win-win, all around.

Rules

1. We know the nonprofit organization in advance. They know who we are, too.
2. We come to the table with an approved site map and images supplied by the nonprofit.
3. We don’t know anything else until we get there.
4. We’ve got just 24 hours to plan, design, create content, develop, and launch the site. Oh, and we’ll do some digital marketing work, too.
5. Naps are allowed. 20 minutes, tops. No guarantees we won’t draw on your face with a Sharpie, though.