Our Work


We are community foundations leading change Now more than ever, community foundations need to lead change that builds strong, resilient communities where all people can participate and prosper.

Community Foundations Leading Change worked with Big Duck on a new brand strategy and messaging. Elise Weeks then extended that strategy into a visual brand, and a web design for a brand new WordPress website.

Bay Area Legal Services

Smiling woman holding a toddler, text reads "Justice looks like... Assisting hundreds of domestic violence survivors to obtain injunctions, child custody, support, and alimony."

Bay Area Legal Services wanted an accessible, mobile-friendly site that prioritized their clients in need. This Drupal 8 site features self-help resources for clients, resources for their donors and volunteers, and success stories for everyone. 

New England Quakers

Attend an event page, with photo background of Quakers sitting in a meeting for worship

We helped New England Yearly Meeting move to Drupal 8, reducing their content, and modernizing their messaging and design in the process. When Friends want to find a meeting, attend a youth retreat, or see a list of regional events, they can now find these things easily. 

Silent Spring Institute

Silent Spring homepage, photo of woman in lab coat looking into a microscope, text reads "Silent Spring Institute is a mission-driven scientific research organization dedicated to uncovering the environmental causes of breast cancer"

Silent Spring Institute is a mission-driven scientific research organization dedicated to uncovering the environmental causes of breast cancer. SSI's content is a mix of complex scientific research and consumer-friendly information. The DevCollab team helped SSI organize their content during a discovery and content strategy phase. Design included a mobile-friendly, responsive site and the creation of new infographics. Their new site is built in Drupal 8.

Right Sharing of World Resources

RSWR homepage shows a diagram showing that women apply for grants, the board selects recipients funded by donors, groups then loan money to individual women to run microbusinesses, those women pay back their loans, group then uses repaid loans to make more loans

RSWR gives grants to groups of marginalized women in Kenya, Sierra Leone, and India to fund individual micro-enterprise projects. Their small, distributed organization had an outdated site that had grown organically. It was hard for potential grantees and donors to understand what the organization did. The DevCollab team worked with RSWR to create clearer information architecture, visual brand, and a mobile-friendly web design. 

Cannabis Decoded

Screen shot Cannabis Decoded site, teen sitting on cement graffiti wall, text says (excerpt) "when I was getting high I thought I was having a good time...I was actually missing out on a lot,"

San Mateo County in California needed a website to help youth understand the risks of cannabis use, without sounding like it was talking down to them. We worked with The Social Changery to create an inclusive, accessible, and mobile-friendly site in Drupal 8. Kayla Jones created the distinctive visual brand for the site, and our design director Elise collaborated with Kayla to translate it into a website design.

The Establishment

Screen shot of The Establishment's homepage, featuring a photo of a Black Lives matter sign lying on a sidewalk

The Establishment, which had moved to Medium.com, wanted to move back to an open source site in budget-friendly phases. We re-launched The Establishment in WordPress in 2018. When they ceased operations in 2019, we helped them convert their WordPress site into a static HTML archive that will live on into the future. 

Health Equity International

Saint Boniface Haiti Foundation homepage screen shot

Health Equity International, formerly the Saint Boniface Haiti Foundation, provides on-the-ground, essential health services to the most vulnerable residents of southern Haiti. Their old website wasn’t mobile-friendly, made little use of their gorgeous photography, and was outdated and difficult to use. DevCollaborative worked with them to produce a modern, mobile-friendly responsive Drupal site that highlights their images. We also built them a mix-and-match component system to help their content authors tell stories on their site. In 2019, we helped them update their site when they rebranded as HEI.