Salvage Communications specializes in information management. We research, organize and deliver information in clear, user-friendly systems that facilitate the use and repurposing of knowledge.

We understand human communication needs and employ technology as a tool to connect people. Salvage projects  apply our technological, design  and communication expertise to solve problems for individuals - helping them present ideas, programs and systems clearly and with ease.

Salvage Communications, LLC is a communication strategy group with a focus on website construction and design. Established in 2008, Salvage established consultancies with corporate clients such as SAP, LexisNexis and Epson. The company also piloted  a series of projects to help small community organizations - such as the Urban Green Partnership and the 4th Street Arts Block -  advocate and connect with local partners and others.

In 2013, the collaborative association was formalized as a Limited Liability Corporation (LLC) committed to working with companies that reflect our core beliefs in equality, justice and sustainability. Salvage is currently working with UNICEF to create knowledge-sharing products across the globe, while continuing to assist small non-profit companies improve their communications.

More than researchers, writers and web developers, Salvage serves as a thought partner. We provide a unique combination of strategic, creative and technical acumen to help clients design and develop communication tools that reflect and enact their organizational missions. Clients collaborate directly with a senior team of writers, designers and technologists who welcome the chance to help communicate the ideas and passion of our partners.

Salvage has expertise in:

  • Systematically discovering and sharing knowledge using methods that match an organization’s cultural and technical foundations
  • Synthesizing (through research, writing, and editing) diverse materials into audience-appropriate content
  • Employing image-based communication - through illustrations, factographs, maps, and timelines - to communicate in low-literacy and emergency situations
  • Software development and implementation.
  • Collecting data from social media use and measurement to improve lives  and demonstrate the positive impact
  • Mapping, designing and building databases and toolkits to support field work