Brian McNultySan Francisco, CA
Interactive Coronavirus State Tool
Designed as a resource for lawmakers, journalists, press and media, researchers, and the general informed public. This tool allows users to follow the money overall, per capita and by program; help determine its impact; understand why certain entities receive variations in funding; and see how much aid is left to be disbursed.
The campaign has received national and local media coverage from outlets such as POLITICO, Yahoo! Finance, Forbes, CBS Boston, The Denver Post, Vermont Digger and more.
Debt Clock Initiative Campaign
In 2019, the non-partisan, non-profit Peter G. Peterson Foundation launched a series of national debt clocks in major cities, to raise awareness about the issue. In conjunction, the most-accurate online debt clock at thenationaldebt.org breaks down the issue and its impact in real-time. The microsite had 450,000 pageviews over the past 12 months. Physical debt clocks are currently located in Atlanta, Cleveland, Des Moines, Las Vegas, Milwaukee, and various bus shelters in Washington, D.C.
The campaign has received national and local media coverage from outlets such as The New York Times, The Associated Press (AP News), Bloomberg, Fox, Forbes, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Las Vegas Review-Journal and more.
Responsive Web Design
Video and Motion Graphics
Breaking down complex public policy issues with fact based, research driven data and analysis into a one to one and a half minute power packed, mission driven, video for everyone to understand. It’s time to raise your voice and stand out with motion driven storytelling and education!
Press and Media Clips
POLITICO article featuring national debt clock billboard and clock in downtown Washington, D.C.
The New York Times
The New York Times featuring a photo of the Washington D.C. bus shelter national debt clock from the national debt clock campaign.
Segment uses live feed from thenationaldebt.org site from the national debt clock campaign.
Story featuring interactive Coronavirus state funding tool.
Forbes featured a visual from an infographic about the Coronavirus pandemic and the economy.
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