Cities of Service is a coalition of approximately 200 cities across the United States and around the world, whose mayors are committed to using volunteer service to achieve measurable impact on pressing local challenges. The organization grew quickly while incubated at Bloomberg Philanthropies and spun off as an independent nonprofit organization in 2014.
Working as part of a team I designed their identity, website, printed publications and promotional material. The identity speaks to their international presence and is adaptable for different locations. Through stakeholder interviews, UX workshops and digital strategy we were able to take their website from concept to production in less than six weeks. The new product, as groundbreaking as their work, speaks to the systems-level impact data-driven results of their work.
Read a blog post about the project here.