After six years of pulling all-nighters with worthy and wonderful nonprofits, we have a bit of an itch. We've gotten pretty good at pulling off the challenge of a 24-hour design and build of a website. And as it turns out, we offer a lot of other services—branding, marketing and consulting of all kinds.
24HWP is now 24H_P. You fill in the blank—web, brand, problem x—we’re up for any challenge. Same time, endless possibilities.
Good thing our recipient was up for this too! We tackled a website and campaign (with a whole slew of print pieces) simultaneously.
It is truly inspiring to see the team come together and live out our core values during 24HWP.
After (nearly) 24 hours of designing, writing and coding, we're proud to present the brand new School for Community Learning.
In the 23rd hour of the 7th annual 24 Hour Web Project, 'Boxers are making the final push for the big reveal!
Before we launch the new website, we thought we'd capture a quick "before" screenshot.
Holy Moly. It's 11:55 p.m. and we're almost done with website content. It's a little bit of a 24 Hour Web Project miracle.
We're serious about helping Project Libertas raise a little cash...seriously.
Check out photos from the robotics team as they dig into Raspberry Pi.
Students from School for Community Learning stopped by for Pi.
Learn about this year's winner: the School For Community Learning (formerly known as Project Libertas).
Project Libertas students launched 24 Hour Web Project with great energy, but now it's time for the team to dig deep.
To get same-pagery on content, we distilled a simple brand tone, and collaboratively edited the home page.