WMMTWeb Design & Development
WMMT, a radio station operating out of Whitesburg, Kentucky, celebrates Appalachia’s music and rich culture through a variety of unique radio broadcasts. The folx at WMMT came to Grid Principles for an expansive website where visitors could listen to broadcasts live, explore WMMT’s recent projects and series, stay up to date on the latest in mountain news and more. We channeled a playful, retro energy with this design to reflect the nostalgia, joy, and warmth WMMT brings to their listeners every day.
- Custom blog designed and implemented
- Radio widget allowing users to listen to live broadcasts
- Song history and listening schedule to see what's been playing, and what's coming up
- Animated homepage scene sets the vibe
- Image uploads, in-page cropping, optimization, and effects
Our People Our VoteWeb Design & Development
Co-creating the Our People Our Vote website with the GP team was a dream; they were patient, responsive, excellent communicators, and clearly committed to ensuring we were 100% happy with the site. And the website was stunning – user-friendly, unique, and genuinely better than I’d hoped for. I would work with them again in a heartbeat.Nikita Perumal
Kentucky Civic Engagement Table
Our People, Our Vote ensures that Kentuckians understand all the ins and outs of voting and elections in their state. Where other resources might bury key information among dense text, tables and jargon, this site aims to make all key information clear, concise, and prominent. The single-page layout outlines the dates, deadlines, and instructions necessary for Kentuckians to cast their votes and make them count without having to rely on convoluted government sites.
- Third-party campaign tools integrated and customized
- Site content editable in-page
- Also available in Spanish (also editable in-page)
- Mobile- and desktop-friendly
- Traffic analytics available for admins
KCADPWeb Design & Development
Working with Seun and the Grid Principles team is always a creatively stimulating experience. Their interpretation of vision and attention to detail lead to an eye-popping design that continuously starts conversations for us.Russell Allen
KCADP Executive Director
KCADP, a coalition devoted to abolishing the death penalty in Kentucky, needed a simple yet compelling website to outline their goals, their story, and the harsh realities of capital punishment in Kentucky. This site’s unique editability allows administrators to easily update any element from headers and body copy to images and statistics. Aesthetically speaking, we paired bold typography and impactful imagery to ensure that KCADP receives the engagement necessary to make headway in their fight against the death penalty.
- Unique, animated infographics (editable via CMS)
- Administration dashboard where site can be managed
- Easy-to-update site settings customized for client
- Download and print admin data as-needed
- Custom error pages, in case of the unforeseen
Juneteenth ProductionsWeb Design & Development
We imagined it, Grid Principles made it better! There was never a shortage of creative options. As a media company, we needed our work presented with energy and style, and that’s what we got. Our clients are impressed, we know, because they’ve told us!
Juneteenth Productions, an award-winning producer of documentaries and other non-fiction media, required a new brand identity and an accompanying website to advance their mission as facilitators of social justice and systemic change. With this in mind, we crafted a straightforward site to highlight all the work they’ve done to improve the health of individuals, communities, and our environment through storytelling.
- Newsletter signups can be gathered and export
- Audio clips (MP3s) can be uploaded and embedded
- Multiple custom datatables and archival information managed by admins
- Spam filter catches messages from bots
- Help section with personalized tutorial videos
Roadside TheaterWeb Design & Development
Roadside Theater is an ensemble of storytellers and theater makers located in central Appalachia. The team came to Grid Principles for custom brand identity and an updated website that better exhibits their history, mission, and extensive collection of historical Roadside materials. Pairing this new brand identity with some of Roadside’s abundant historical photos, we created a broad website complete with a custom archive where visitors can peruse and collect scripts, photos, videos, and documents from Roadside Theater’s many productions.
- Interactive map (data editable via CMS)
- Users can sign up for free and maintain an account
- An archive of resources (text, video, file downloads) is maintained by admins
- Magic Links allow for "passwordless" logins
- Extra accessibility provided to end users (via button in corner of page)