In partnership with Hopelab, the Koko team turned to Data Culture to showcase the proven benefits of their enhanced crisis response tool. Using both CDC data, and results from Koko’s peer-reviewed studies, the microsite explores a world both with and without the tool.

Vote.org 2022 Impact Report

Following our collaboration with Vote.org on their 2020 impact report, Data Culture partnered with them again to leverage data visualization to bring their work preceding the 2022 election into the spotlight. The full microsite explores not only their impact in aiding voter registration, but also how their work both directly and indirectly supports democracy.

Hopelab x imi

Hopelab is a social innovation lab and impact investor at the intersection of tech and youth mental health. They turned to Data Culture to help showcase the inclusive process that went into the development of imi, an online mental health resource aimed at LGBTQ+ youth.

Commonly Well

Not many things in life are black and white, and that includes addiction recovery. Commonly Well aims to redefine the narrative around sobriety and reached out to Data Culture to help show that their Recovery Capital Index how holistic measurement can change the recovery space.

Forbes Ignite

Data Culture collaborated with Forbes Ignite to produce a microsite for their "Sustainable Transformation: The Successor to Digital Transformation” white paper.

Vote.org 2020 Impact Report

Vote.org, America’s largest nonprofit, nonpartisan voting registration platform, came to Data Culture with a very specific challenge: How do we showcase our groundbreaking voter registration numbers in the 2020 election and position ourself as a leader within the sector?


Data Culture partnered with the SeatGeek team to showcase these results in an interactive dashboard that enables internal company wide users to access and explore the insights.

"The designers at Data Culture are truly the best we’ve worked with. They were able to take a very complex concept, simplify it, and render it in an accessible, rich, and beautiful design."

Rob Morris, PhD

Co-founder, Koko

“The final microsite has been an immediately valuable asset. It elevates our narrative and brand position. It shows our stakeholders how complex survey data comes together to tell a better and more meaningful story about overcoming addiction.”

David Whitesock

CEO & Co-Founder, Commonly Well

“When you work with people who truly care about their craft, it shows. The Data Culture Studio Team is thoughtful, supportive, dedicated, and willing to be just a little bit ‘extra’ to get the story just right.”

Robin Raskob

Senior Manager, Strategic Communications at Hopelab