Alley’s State of Obesity project has recently published a special series — SNAP Stories, produced by Upworthy and StoryCorps — highlighting the positive impact of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) on the health of individuals and communities.
Earlier this year, the Kaiser Family Foundation approached Alley with a challenge: the foundation needed a way to display state-level data on a map, with an accompanying table, in a format that was easy to use and embeddable within posts across their WordPress site.
Does where you live affect how long you’ll live? That’s the question posed by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in a newly launched data feature Alley designed and built for the foundation in September 2018. The interactive allows users, for the first time, to find life expectancy for all 73,000 Census tracts in the United States.
For the past few months, Alley has had the honor of working with the Online News Association on their new resources portal. Before today’s launch, ONA had their conference resources spread across individual conference sites, and it was often challenging for users to find what they needed within the incredible back catalog of ONA conference content.
Late last year, Alley Interactive played a significant lead role in the development effort around the migration and re-launch of People.com. We’re excited to announce the launch of another project for this well-known media property: People’s flash briefing skill (voice application) for Amazon’s Alexa.
After conversations with Hacks/Hackers founder (and Alley friend) Burt Herman, we jumped at the opportunity to redesign hackshackers.com and overhaul their global branding.
People is one of the best-known media properties in the world and People.com is the go-to destination for millions of readers interested in lifestyle content, human interest stories and celebrity news.
In early September, Alley launched three sites for Digital First Media properties in Northern California, known collectively as the Bay Area News Group. The redesigned MercuryNews.com represents the long-standing paper of record covering the San Jose and South Bay area, while EastBayTimes.com and SiliconValley.com focus on the East Bay and the tech industry, respectively.
The Center for Children and Families (CCF) at Georgetown University’s Health Policy Institute wants to help bring “high-quality, affordable health coverage” to every child and family in the country.