A one-page scrolling microsite that captures insights from a women and climate change conference hosted by Global Greengrants in 2015.
As Women’s Funding Network’s design partner, we launched an Economic Security Digital Storytelling Platform at the 12th and final Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting. Worldwide, the face of poverty belongs to women and children; women’s foundations are changing this, community by community. This digital storytelling tool is data-driven, yet narrative, and showcases the evidence of women’s foundations’ ongoing commitment to ensuring women’s economic prosperity.
Girls’ and Women’s Rights
To set the direction for the project, Elefint conducted a one-day design sprint with the Executive Team at Women’s Funding Network. During the sprint we identified the narrative and intended goals of the piece. This unique interactive approach brings attention to a leading challenge facing women in the U.S. and around the world—economic security—and lifts up the vital work of women’s foundations addressing this issue.
We helped Women’s Funding Network turn an in-depth research report into an engaging and dynamic experience, the strength of which gave the organization the opportunity to reveal the product at Clinton Global Initiative’s Annual Meeting. The project was launched in tandem with a newly announced initiative led by We Connect, Vital Voices, and No Ceilings called Girls, Women, and the Global Goals. We’re always in awe of our partners and couldn’t be more proud of Women’s Funding Network as they take on such a critical issue as advancing women’s economic participation!
"[Elefint] were our thought partners...they were flexible when we were trying to find our way, and they certainly went above and beyond to ensure our site would reach as wide an audience as possible...[This was] something we have wanted for a long time."
“The extent of the profound work our partners are doing for women and their families worldwide is clear to us. If we want our communities to thrive, we must ensure the economic security of women.”