ITC’s “Stop the Sirens” Online Report Mini-Site

Client: Israel Trauma Coalition

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Completed: July, 2017


This website served as an interactive annual report for one of ITC’s projects: the “Stop the Sirens” campaign in conjunction with The Jewish Federations of North America. The report, open to the public, demonstrated what ITC did with millions of donated dollars by showcasing several areas of impact: direct care, team training, community resilience, hotlines, workshops, first responders, community recovery and rehabilitation, hospitals, Bedouin society, and citizens’ corps.


Typiary worked with an independent graphic designer to establish the color scheme, typography, and structure. The website had to be responsive, attractive, and serious – meticulously coded to the highest standards with minimal direction from the client. ITC provided the content and statistics; Typiary shaped the data and videos into a cohesive report that includes a bespoke map, striking images, and an animated timeline.


The website is essentially a “one-pager” built in stacked blocks of content. Structure was built on a Bootstrap 3 library of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. The top navigation is notable for including a large amount of text in a concise solution. Custom Jquery scripts powered the embedded video player and timed/animated numbers. A responsive slideshow scrolls through photos horizontally. There are also parallax backgrounds.


The STS website has been viewed by thousands of donors and partners. ITC uses the site to attract future partners to their programs. They have embraced the new logo and the clear descriptions of their work.