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world bicycle relief


World Bicycle Relief is an icredible organization that provides bicycles to women and children in developing countries. For them, roads and transportation infrastructure can be nearly nonexistent, bikes save a young student multiples hours daily, allowing them to more easily attend school, get water and groceries, and attend to important daily responsibilities.

Working together with the WBR team, the DESIGNATION student team wrote, designed, and eveloped a microsite for the class="showcase-taskir Summer 2015 Fundraising campaign.


  • Front-End Development
  • UI Design

"The DESIGNATION team exceeded all expectations with professionalism, communication and of course, wonderful final deliverables. As an added bonus, they surprised us by supplying the much needed HTML/CSS/JS code as well. We are truly grateful for their hard work and dedication as well as the many hours of research they did to learn about the scope of our project. We are excited to be launching their campaign and hope to work with them again in the future."

Juliet Rizek, digital marketing manager, world bicycle relief

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