Request for Proposals: T/AI is seeking designers to redesign its website!05/12/2016
The Transparency and Accountability Initiative (T/AI) is a collaborative of funders of global transparency and accountability programming. We are committed to development through empowering citizens to hold their governing institutions to account. We seek to galvanize support for ambitious new ideas and promote more impactful funding, building on the momentum of the thriving global transparency and accountability movement. Building on successes to date, which include playing a key role in the establishment and implementation of the Open Government Partnership and helping bridge communities of technologists, data scientists and transparency researchers and activists, T/AI has an exciting new strategy focused on scaling donor impact.
T/AI’s is composed of five leading funders in the transparency, accountability and participation (TAP) field, namely the Ford Foundation, Omidyar Network, Open Society Foundations, the UK’s Department for International Development and the William & Flora Hewlett Foundation. Together, they represent a significant portion of global TAP funding. As a mission-driven collaborative, we work directly with our member donors to align efforts around shared priorities, including pursuing more transparent, equitable and inclusive tax systems and informing and empowering citizens and governments with data. T/AI is a platform to facilitate knowledge sharing and collaboration, and foster a culture of learning among both donors and practitioners.
We are seeking proposals to overhaul our existing website to better reflect T/AI’s new approach, present our new strategy and programs, and increase our visibility within the TAP field. We wish for the website to become a ‘go-to’ resource for donors and practitioners investing and working on transparency and accountability issues. The website will convey the updated T/AI brand, what we do as a collaborative, our members and their collective approach, and our vision as a broker of knowledge. The main deliverable will be an updated www.transparency-initiative.org site including front-end, back-end, look and feel and information architecture that reflect T/AI’s strategic refresh through design, content and structure.
The deadline for submissions is Friday, December 16, 2016.
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