Delivering data to dog lovers.
We designed an ultra simple, Bauhaus-inspired interface for the charitable organization of former CBS president, Dr. Frank Stanton, pulling content from their various physical and digitial properties into one cohesive, branded site. Having virtually no imagery to work with, we used typographic hierarchy and a strong grid system to organize information while keeping the interface as minimal as possible.
After the initial site build, the Foundation reengaged us to create a microsite to house all of the data they’d collected on dog parks, one of their mission areas. We created a visually rich, infographic-filled resource for municipal officials to reference when researching and building their own park.
The Stanton Foundation
Amy and Dan are a pleasure to work with. They took the time to understand our specific design and technical needs and nailed our aesthetic.
Co-Director, The Stanton Foundation
The dog park guide acts as a knowledge base for grant recipients to get their park up and running. At a glance, they can understand what type of surface material is best for small dogs, how many water fountains they'll need, and how high to build their fence.
As more research is done, Foundation staff can update the database right from the site's content management system.