Graybird Foundation worked with the Gatepath.org Nonprofit Website to rebrand as Abilitypath. Stoverpix was chosen to make that vision a reality bringing together six different web entities in an intuitive web experience.
Stoverpix was contracted by Graybird Foundation to build the Michael Collopy Photography Website. Michael’s photographs include Politicians, Actors, Musicians, Activists, and more.
Stoverpix launched a new, modern and responsive website for Golden State Youth Orchestra and migrate the content from the previous CRM platform into Wordpress and leverage the power and page building capabilities of the DIVI theme.
Stoverpix launches a new modern and responsive website for Berkeley Symphony Orchestra with a requirement to automate the flow of data from their ticketing vendor to the calendar but still allow the ability to add more content like videos, venue information, nearby dining, parking, expanded artist info, composer bios and more.
Stoverpix worked with Graybird Foundation to launch a new, modern and responsive website for Foundation for a College Education with all new simplified and and concise content using a new design by Mark Chaillie.
Stoverpix worked with the Socius Group team to update the entire brand to better represent the personal, bold, yet fun and friendly approach they take with clients and projects.
Reach for Home worked with Graybird Foundation to create a new brand to more accurately represents the services rendered to the surprisingly large number of homeless in the 2016 Sonoma County.
LifeMoves is formerly InnVision Shelter Network. LifeMoves programs combat homelessness by teaching comprehensive life skills that help clients achieve long-term self-sufficiency, and effectively break the cycle of homelessness.
Design, production, SEO and branding for the Graybird Foundation nonprofit website. A foundation for Silicon Valley nonprofits.
For the IT audience we took more of a blog approach. This is an audience which tends to really like to get into the weeds, so lot’s of content which updates regularly was the approach we took. Keep in mind that in 2006 we were much more width constrained so just zoom in on your browser if you start feeling claustrophobic.