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As MoveOn members turn toward the 2018 elections, we are launching a new website, have updated our digital tools, and are changing our logo! The goal is to have our look and feel work better on mobile and social, be more recognizable in the world, and better reflect the dynamic, active MoveOn community.
The changes we’re making to the site should make our tools easier for MoveOn members to use and reflect the core of what MoveOn’s about: We are democracy in action, and we stand for people-powered progress—the idea that millions of us, working together, can and will play a vital role in creating a more just country where everyone can thrive.
Our new website lifts up our core values, like equality, sustainability, justice, and love. And it is designed to make MoveOn members’ work and impact more visible.
This is the most comprehensive update to MoveOn’s logo and website — our petition pages, donation pages, blog posts about our campaigns, and more — that we’ve made in our 20-year history. Since our founding, MoveOn’s team has used technology to connect Americans in ways that build our power to change our country and communities for the better. Given how much time Americans now spend on social media, video, and mobile — and given how these tools have transformed the way we can organize and campaign together — we worked to make sure our digital and real-world tools and presence are as strong and functional as possible heading into this election cycle. Equipped with these updated tools, MoveOn members will do all we can to bring about a wave election that checks Trump’s power, ends Republican control of the House, and sweeps inspiring progressive candidates into office.
As of today, we’re making the following changes:
These updates, along with recent projects from MoveOn, such as our open-source peer-to-peer text messaging tool, Spoke, as well as our Video Lab that’s produced progressive, organic videos reaching nearly half a billion views in less than two years, will help MoveOn members to continue to raise their voices and share our messages and vision in powerful ways and maximize our impact for years to come.
Here’s how our new look is likely to appear out in the world:
We’re excited to head toward the midterms with this new toolset, website, and identity to help us exercise our shared power as a community of millions and win.
If you have questions, or feedback (or spot any bugs!), please let us know by filling out this survey: https://act.moveon.org/survey/moveon_feedback/
—Ann Lewis, Chief Technology Officer & Nick Berning, Chief Communications Officer, MoveOn
P.S. Check out this video to see a bit more of what this will look like: