News tagged "responsive design"

June 9, 2014 / Geoff Hing and Michael Gregor

Connecting to LGBT-affirming healthcare providers

Affirmations is Michigan’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community center. Its health and wellness program is revealing the health impacts of stigma, discrimination and societal inequalities while leveraging community strengths and celebrating resiliency. The program is expanding, and staff members are seeking new ways to share crucial health information with the community.

December 20, 2012 / Michael Gregor

Telling the Commotion story

We recently launched two new pages that help explain how to interact with the project on a fundamental level. We’ve completed new infographics that describe how to Get Started and Get Involved with the project and the content is currently being developed by the Commotion team. Our intention was to offer simple text along with explanatory graphics that would demystify the process.

April 3, 2012 / Nina Bianchi

Overhauling the Allied Media Projects homepage

Most people associate the Allied Media Projects organization with the annual Allied Media Conference. To some extent, that makes sense because prior to the formation of the Detroit Digital Justice Coalition in 2009 and the subsequent launch of the Detroit Future media training programs, AMP’s primary focus was organizing the conference. Through the launch of Detroit Future, AMP has grown its vision and successfully built out a range of new programs which seem to be evolving on a daily basis. At the same time, the process of the presenting the Allied Media Conference has become a year-round collaborative organizing process, engaging dozens of coordinators from across North America in presenting tracks and sessions, network gatherings, and practice spaces. Over 2,000 participants are expected for the 2012 AMC.