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November 9th, 2011

Pixels of Mercy: Stories of African Hope

Posted by liveBooks

I have always been a liveBooks fan since setting up my first professional site with them three years ago. Working with them to improve the strength of our project was a no-brainer. The site is clean, classy and professionally designed, and very is easy for visitors to use. It provides an incredible tool for us to show our visual credentials and share information as we develop funding for the project. The number of tools available for us to use present a number of interesting possibilities in making the site more usable and interesting as the project evolves. Once the project is complete, this same site becomes a great place to present our photo essays to the world in an equally classy, elegant manner and tell the stories of these incredible organizations.

Rick D’Elia, Photojournalist and Humanitarian

Pixels of Mercy is a team of photographers that will be creating a photo essay examining the important work of six grassroots development organizations working in central Uganda improving the quality of life for the rural and the urban poor through healthcare, education, clean water, orphan care and other basic needs. By blending the styles and storytelling perspectives of four photographers we’ll create a rich, dynamic narrative for print and electronic publication and, budget permitting, for exhibition. You can support their cause by visiting their website clicking on donate.

Posted in Philanthropy

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