Our musings are about things we’ve learned, stuff we’re doing and moments of joy that may or may not have anything to do with the work we do every day. We are individuals with different interests and unique perspectives—storytellers who are curious by nature. So, if you really want to know more about Rhizome, we invite you to get to know us through our stories.
Case Study: Airtable Automations for Wildland Fire Fighters
A low code database solution ready at a moment’s notice for Washington State’s Wildland fire fighters.
Putting a little whimsy into donate buttons
Subtle animation graphics to enhance the visibility of donation buttons that reflect the work of non-profits.
A New Website Foundation for an Established Performing Arts Organization
VCF is the second-largest non-profit organization dedicated to performing arts in So Cal. See our new custom-designed eye-catching site.
Experimenting with Airtable Interfaces for a Research Presentation
We tossed out PowerPoint and Google Slides in favor of Airtable’s Interfaces. Learn why we experimented and took a chance.
Local artisans help create hot campaign for Seattle fire fighters
Getting firefighters to pay attention to information regarding their own health with a digital and analog hot sauce campaign.
Learn at Lunch! – How to Read Your Google Analytics
How to Read Your Google Analytics Data The Rhizome Collaborative is proud to showcase our second Learn at Lunch zoominar! In these brown-bag lunch presentations, we aim to connect, teach, and inspire our clients and peers through fun demonstrations and how-to's....
Making Intertidal Species Identification EZ
See how Rhizome transformed an old intertidal species database into an interactive Airtable experience for users to discover, enjoy and use.
Case Study: Sound Water Stewards-Waves of Impact
A new website for a local organization making a big impact along the Salish Sea in the Pacific Northwest.
A Site for All Seasons
A stunning new website for the Arboretum Foundation. The non-profit that keeps the historical Washington Park Arboretum in bloom.