Aharon, an international social entrepreneur. During the social movement’s protest of 2011, Aharon was involved in a venture to develop a decision-making app, consensus-based. He took it one step further by leading the technological development of ‘Consenz’.
Current media platforms are excruciating tools for discussions, making it hard to conclude arguments into a productive, precise process. Furthermore, there’s a lack of ability to document past information in one platform, that could manage and be based on past resolutions which contribute to current decisions.
Mobile responsive web-app that enables groups, communities, and entrepreneurs to conceive agreement-based documents, in a precise, beneficial, participatory process.
Smadar Tzuk is an artist with vast experience in art exhibitions and gallery design. Smadar had dreamed about the project for many years. While creating her MVP she received sponsorship from the “Ariel” company and the Jerusalem Municipality.
Art exhibitions are replaced quickly, with no ability to re-experience and preserve them once they are done. Smadar wanted to make those exhibitions accessible to a variety of audiences: people who cannot arrive physically to the gallery such as the elderly and people living in the periphery of Israel. An additional request was to document the exhibition, which can facilitate re-living the exhibition, even after it’s been closed. This was a fascinating project, creating an applicable visual language into a 360°, 3D navigational map.
Our aim was to generate a live, real tour experience. Creating a virtual reality art tour, one that simulates actively strolling around galleries, cities, and venues. We developed an augmented reality sphere which holds endless mysterious venues that host urban galleries. We created a virtual space that catalogs art galleries within municipalities, allowing an online effortless and aesthetic strolling experience. Our communication with Smadar was ongoing and attentive, and we made sure that all her requests were fully met.
Climb for Justice - By Tevel Batzedek An NGO which is active in developing countries, supporting global and social justice along with economic development. Their Nepal program has been successfully active for the last 10 years.
The Organization led a “Climbing to the Everest” Campaign: inviting the communities and supporters to apply and sign an application for the climbing delegation, as well as to financially support the campaign. The website had 2 main sections: a donations “Call to action” section, and a “signup for trips & climbing challenges” section.
The design was inspired by horizontal & vertical lines to symbolize the gap between the socioeconomic status in developing countries vs. the west, in accordance with the organization’s values. The design is meant to be engaging, thus encouraging participation. This is supported using warm joyful colors.
Pathways Negotiation advocates for youth to lead conflict management in peaceful methods, using mediation and unique communication skills. The institute is active globally, with a headquarters in Belgium.
A new website, reflecting the organization’s vision, mindset, and varied activities in Israel. Their request was to create an open dialogue inviting communication between different beneficiaries.
The main theme for the website was open-minded negotiation. In doing so we focused on reflecting the youth as a central visual element in the website, using pictures, flexible elements in the design, neutral colors. The unique value of the organization is the triangle, containing 3 essential corners to allow fruitful discourse while teaching English, and for that reason, it was important for us to use this motif as a prominent component in the website’s design.
From its humble beginning just over a year ago as a grassroots initiative between friends, Kulna Yerushalayim is now a city-wide movement of thousands, transitioning into an active organization of cross-cultural dialogue through open events such as sports tournaments, music events, contests and games. The organization aims to organically engage multinational discussion in a non-formal, fun way.
We were asked to convey the essence of Jerusalem through the website, accompanied by daily activities, pictures, a calendar with ongoing events, news and updates. We also needed to incorporate a platform for donations.
The Oriental design for the website originates from a research tour of our SOFI team whose purpose was to explore the unique history and narrative of Jerusalem. The Design was inspired by the Islamic Alphabet, aesthetics and values, designing a “Jerusalem Journey” within the website sections, a mixture of conservative values with the innovative, vibrant nature of Kulna’s members.
Founded in 1957, SID currently boasts over 3,000 members in 80 countries and 45 branches around the world. SID influences development related policy by virtue of its special consultative status in various international organizations, including: UNFPA, UNICEF, ILO, FAO, ECOSOC, UNEP, etc. SID-Israel is an umbrella organization with 130 member organizations. It promotes and advances the study, professional training, capacity building, and local and international networking. It also acts to create an enabling environment for individuals, organizations, and government agencies in Israel to generate the changes needed to advance its agenda.
We received an ongoing project which was already being designed by a different agency, and were asked to design and develop a new landing / sign up page for the Global Impact Awards event, attended by the Israeli President, Mr. Reuven Rivlin. The event addressed an international as well as local audience. The need was to develop an informative mini-site, sharing information in addition to serving as a platform for attendees’ sign-up.
A mini-site which enables registration, as well as an application for the awards’ nominees. The design needed to be luxurious to match the formal nature of the event. Our team had to think on its feet, coming up with new innovative technological solutions which they implemented in the mini-site.
The Guild is a professional organization, whose purpose is to strengthen the film and television industries in Jerusalem, through generating cultural activities, creating content and protecting its members’ rights. Their core goal is to strengthen the economy of the industry by steering greater resources into cultural creations.
We were asked to convey the essence of Jerusalem through the website, accompanied by daily activities, pictures, Branding the guild as the leading organization of its ecosystem, while encouraging a community participatory communication. Launching a “Mediterranean Online Magazine” - a one-stop shop for knowledge creation, news, updates and collaborations in the Cinema world. Creating an accessible knowledge sharing platform in three-languages: Arabic, English, and Hebrew. calendar with ongoing events, news and updates. We also needed to incorporate a platform for donations.
In order to address the need, our team researched film making, cinema and movie productions. We spoke and met with opinion leaders and researched the relevant materials in global platforms. The design focused on images and icons and was based on the lively, rich visual language the medium requires, utilizing videos, articles and media galleries as well. The development in three languages had us exploring UX-UI nuances in different cultures.
A Jerusalem based NGO consolidating entrepreneurs, artists, and makers coalition. The organization, Bankayma, is a social organization that was founded to help develop the local ecosystem by providing a bureaucratic and financial structure that facilitates those individuals to receive payment for services rendered.
A bookkeeping system, flexible for social activists’ needs. In comparison with current accounting solutions, this platform provides an open system, accessible to both end users use it to receive payment and the professional accountants in charge of the bookkeeping.
A tailor-made, bookkeeping platform. We created a fully automated solution, customizing all built-in features to cater to the organization’s unique structure and requirements. The organization also manages pension plans allocations for its members