UI/UX Design

Wilderness Australia

Australia's longest-running wilderness conservation organisation

Wilderness Australia exists to prevent the collapse of nature by building a network of wilderness areas and resilient ecosystems across Australia.

We delivered their new website using a range of website design and development customisations.

General Manager of Wilderness Australia, Harry Burkitt, shared the below feedback with us after we wrapped up the project.

"My organisation has worked hand-in-glove with the savvy team at Code Nation for four years resulting in ground-breaking success for our little environmental not-for-profit. Creating a modern, responsive and dynamic front-end website with our Communications Manager, Code Nation have also developed a sophisticated back-end workflows with our team to ensure our supporters are nurtured as their level of support and interaction with our organisation increases.

"Through the development of our systems, our organisation has been able to double our income in the 2021 calendar year and dramatically increase our regular giving program. I encourage all organisations, no matter their industry, to work with Code Nation in increasing their customer and supporter base."

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Animal Justice Party

Saving animals through political action

The Animal Justice Party was established in response to the growing public concern over the abuse, harm and mistreatment of non-human animals across Australia.

We delivered their website using a mix of custom website design and development work, and their state parties also use our community organising platform, SupporterBase, to supercharge their volunteering activities. Their National Administration Assistant, Meg Watkins, said "Queensland has managed to sign up a record-breaking 300+ members in the last few days, largely thanks to our use of SupporterBase!".

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Australian Men's Health Forum

Improving the lives and health of men and boys

The Australian Men's Health Forum is the peak body for men's health in Australia and has a proud history of representing the evolving men's sector.

The website was designed by a third party designer, Ben Loke, and our team brought it to life with custom website design and development work.

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Earth Day

Supporting the world’s largest recruiter to the environmental movement

In 2020 Earthday.org used NationBuilder to support a pretty significant change of plans for the largest civic event in the world! 

We were proud to work with Earthday.org to design and develop a series of custom donation pages in support of the world’s largest recruiter to the environmental movement.

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Protect our Winters Canada

Turning a love of the outdoors into climate action

Protect Our Winters Canada is turning passionate outdoor people into effective climate advocates.

In 2021 we worked with their team closely to deliver a new website on NationBuilder that leveraged our Candidate theme template, applying a series of customisations to ensure the design and functionality met their unique needs. We went on to win the category for Best Grassroots Website at the 2023 Reed Awards for this website project.

In 2023, we delivered their new website landing page, which spurs people on to take action on climate change and have fun while they're doing it! We went on to win the category for Best Landing Page at the 2024 Reed Awards for this project.

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Building people power in support of renewables

Repower are a people-powered movement getting behind the transition to renewable energy. They have a compelling story to tell about the benefits of switching to renewables - for business, government, the community and individuals. We are excited they asked us to build the website that tells that story.

In 2019 the website we built for Repower won the Reed Award for Best International Website. 



The national campaign fighting for recognition of 65,000 years of Indigenous culture for the first time in Australia's 122-year-old constitution

We had the pleasure of working closely with the Yes23 Campaign Team and we support their mission for constitutional recognition for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

In 2023, Australians voted in a referendum about whether to change the Consitution to recognise the First Peoples of Australia by establishing a body called the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice. The website we developed for the “Yes” campaign based on their design mockups needed to not only help raise awareness and engage voters, but also support the recruitment and mobilisation of volunteers nation-wide as part of the largest ever grassroots volunteer campaign of its kind. It also needed to work seamlessly with our volunteer management software, SupporterBase, which would provide the backbone of the distributed organising effort. 

This campaign inspired a whole new cohort of passionate citizens to become volunteer leaders, and it was made possible by the online space we helped them create. People used the Yes23 website to search for local campaign groups via map functionality, and if one didn’t already exist, they could start their own local group by completing a simple online form. They could also find or list their own local events on the website through an automated event submission and publication process. Once local groups were set up online, volunteer leaders used our integrated volunteer management platform, SupporterBase, to send SMS and email blasts, manage call lists, and publish events themselves directly to the Yes23 website. Local groups formed quickly across the country, and started recruiting and organising communications and activities to best suit their respective areas and demographics. Within weeks, there were 276 local groups established, with 55,067 active and engaged volunteers working tirelessly to campaign for the Yes vote.

Although the Yes campaign did not ultimately succeed (with Yes votes at referendums in Australia notoriously difficult to win, especially without bipartisan support from major parties) the volunteer mobilisation element was a key bright spot in the broader campaign, and national organisers of the Yes campaign (which included only a handful of full time staff with little more than a few months to prepare), said they still hit all of their field organising goals and they simply would not have been able to achieve this style of distributed organising, nor this level of scale without our website and digital tools.

Our work with the Yes23 campaign was recognised at the 2024 Reed Awards, winning the award for Best Grassroots Website. 

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Catalyst Miami

Supporting community-driven change and paths to economic mobility in Miami-Dade County

Founded in 1996, Catalyst Miami’s mission is to identify and collectively solve issues adversely affecting low-wealth communities throughout Miami-Dade County. They help to meet families’ financial needs, provide coaching and tools to establish long-term wellness, and create effective coalitions of change-makers. Their vision is a just and equitable society in which all communities thrive.

In 2020, we designed and developed a new website for Catalyst Miami that supported their vision and it continues to  contribute to their important work by conveying their professionalism to supporters, donors and partners while also maintaining a strong connection to their local community. 

In 2021, the site we created for Catalyst Miami was a Reed Award finalist for Best Grassroots Website. 

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Move Beyond Coal

Growing the biggest grassroots movement in Australia's history

Building an unstoppable community movement to solve Australia's biggest contribution to the climate crisis

Move Beyond Coal is working to protect a liveable world for people and nature everywhere by stopping coal expansion, and phasing out coal by 2030.

With their roots in the #StopAdani movement, Move Beyond Coal are called to go bigger and broader to answer the scale of Australian coal's unjust contribution to the climate crisis. They are building a big, bold, beautiful, and diverse movement grounded in a commitment to climate justice and First Nations justice.

We were delighted to win the award for 'Best Grassroots Website/Action Centre' at the 2023 Reed Awards, for the website we delivered for Move Beyond Coal.

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