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Corporate Accountability is a 501 (c)(3) organization that aims to hold corporations accountable for their actions. Their work is focused on stopping transnational corporations from devastating democracy, trampling human rights, and destroying our planet.
The Liability Roadmap was a massive collaboration between pixel planet and 14 globally distributed climate action organization. The roadmap aims to educate delegates at the UN, other climate changemakers, as well as the public about the impact of corporate polluters in order to bring them to justice.
Features & Tech
- Customized HTML, CSS, JS
- CMS Setup and Deployment
- Effective Presentation of Information & Case Studies
- Multi-lingual Website
- Zoom In/Out Explore Feature
- Roadmap Nav Guide
- Large Audience & Social Media Impact Upon Launch
This project presented a unique challenge of juggling the needs, wants, and aesthetics of 14 climate action organizations distributed across the globe. This group requested a solution for their not so tech savvy partners to be able to update and maintain their roadmap and case studies. They needed a website that created impact while educating changemakers and the public on what actions need to be taken for climate justice.
This project, due to the globally distributed orgs, required us to be extremely flexible and attentive to the needs of the client. We conducted a thorough discovery process to understand the ultimate goal of these organizations, as well as checking in with milestone updates to ensure our decisions lined up with their vision. There were not only technical considerations but also cultural aspects that were necessary to uphold as the target audience had a global presence. By maintaining clear and open communication with our partners and being flexible with any required changes, we were able to create something that all 14 organizations were happy with in the end.
Impacted UN policy makers by showcasing case studies on the liability roadmap.
1 million social media impressions.
Met the needs of 14 globally distributed climate change organizations.