- Client: Meridian Hill Pictures, Washington D.C.
- Job: Documentary release
- NationBuilder Architect: Ben Kempas, Film & Campaign
- Graphic design: Dan Sharkey, Dizzy Giant
- Domain: www.cityoftreesfilm.com
We developed this new custom theme, based on a graphic design by Dizzy Giant, for "DC's community-based documentary company", Meridian Hill Pictures. This is for a film about green jobs and justice – or how "hope can grow anywhere".
It contains numerous upgrades compared to standard NationBuilder functionality – including extended calls to action; Kickstarter lightboxes; modification of featured content to serve as page headers; and easy editing of anything that will likely need changes in the future, such as video links or partner logos.
Our client has been equipped with a 5-page custom theme guide and will be able to do such changes without any need to dig into the code or call us again.
As with all new NationBuilder themes, this one is fully responsive across devices and screen resolutions.
As we're posting this, there are just a few hours left to contribute to Meridian Hill Pictures' Kickstarter crowdfunder for this film, now nearing 150% of their initial goal!
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Environmental social justice is a big deal right now, and some would say so is the filming industry. When you put the two together you get City of Trees! As someone who works around trees every week, pruning, planting and trimming
Our deepest gratitude for your work and hope that we are able to collaborate again soon on another project!
Meridian Hill Pictures
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