When it comes to excellence in community service, few digital agencies are more recognized than Key Medium. For six-plus weeks, CEO Ali Jaffar has not taken pay so that the Key Medium can continue to deliver pro bono projects and to ensure that our partners were paid on time. We’ve won over 37 awards in the last 24 months due to our close collaboration with our amazing partners, and our company’s inspiring story during the public health crisis was recently featured alongside Verizon.
Read on about how we helped a 48-year-old coalition grow membership and improve the health, wellness, and communities in Greater Philadelphia.
Key Medium Helps Empower Adults with disAbilities in Pennsylvania and Delaware and Wins 2 Gold Awards
Key Medium Helps Empower Adults with disAbilities in Pennsylvania and Delaware and Wins Two Internationally-Acclaimed Gold Awards
Rebranding and redesigning for maximum impact: an online resource ecosystem that equips communities to literally grow
Read on about how our pro bono rebrand for the Public Interest Law Center’s Garden Justice Legal Initiative project has worked to equip communities to grow community gardens and open green space.
Award-winning design strategy for Community Integrated Services helps young adults with disabilities
Read more about how we created a new user-friendly digital experience appropriate for Community Integrated Services’ target audience.
Read about how we implemented enhanced user experience design along with new messaging to promote awareness of nontraditional careers in Philadelphia for women in construction, transit, and manufacturing to move the needle.
Read more about how we developed a specialized, custom website with a progressive web application, a custom WordPress theme, and mobile-first optimization that helped drive results by aiding Philadelphia Works in defining and communicating its offerings.
A comprehensive guide on how to best develop your own donation page, focused on maintaining best practices while reaching your whole audience.
New Online Resource Ecosystem Empowers More Philadelphians to Turn Vacant Lots into Community Spaces
A revamped online resource ecosystem launched April 11 will help Philadelphia residents access the information and support they need to turn abandoned vacant lots into community gardens and other open space.