Nonprofit Website Design: Featured Projects
Everbeta specializes in custom website design for not-for-profit organizations, including donation and event registration mechanisms and other forms of public outreach. Some examples are below:
The Food Lab
The Food Lab at Stony Brook Southampton is a center for education, enterprise and media incubating informed conversation, communication and business development under the umbrella of food, from farming to nutrition, from edible business to DIY tutorials. Everbeta developed the logo, website, and print advertising and collateral for this exciting initative.
The Peconic Institute
Peconic Institute is committed to promoting a sustainable and resilient future. It is our mission to be an International Center of Excellence that communicates information and encourages new thinking. The Institute’s desire is to enhance the local environmental, social, and economic systems by moving toward a more sustainable and resilient future.
The Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity (IPSS)
IPSS was founded in 1987 as an organization of psychoanalytic clinicians and scholars committed to a program that offers clinical training and a broad theoretical background. The Manhattan-based Institute hired Everbeta to redesign their logo and online presence, which features an extensive book list of member publications.
The Conscience Point Shellfish Hatchery
The Conscience Point Shellfish Hatchery, located in Southampton, New York, is a community-wide project with the purpose of restoring shellfish populations in the local bays and ponds; educating students and locals of all ages on shellfish ecology and industry; and expanding an East End network of local shellfish restoration initiatives. Everbeta designed both the logo and website for the organization.
Emerging Art Long Island
Emerging Art Long Island is an artist networking group which organizes exhibitions and other events in order to connect emerging and established artists with local businesses. Everbeta created both the group’s site and its logo.