For November’s theme of Work, we’re partnering with Squarespace to help you Design Some Good for your neighborhood. We’re looking to celebrate the people and projects who are putting in the work—the good work, the hard work, the unpopular work—to improve their communities.

This month, Squarespace launched Cover Pages, the simplest way to create a bold, online presence for just about anything in minutes. Know someone or something in your city who needs or deserves a web presence? Make them a Cover Page and share their story with the world!

In the spirit of generosity, Squarespace is offering the first 1,000 members of the CreativeMornings community to sign up with the coupon code DESIGNSOMEGOOD one free year of cover pages*. 

We’ll be featuring some of the best-ofs here throughout the month. For a chance to be featured, tweet your Cover Page to us @creativemorning with the hashtag #designsomegood. Don’t have Twitter? No sweat, just email it to us.

* Enter this code when upgrading your cover page. You will still need to enter your credit card, but won't be charged. Free annual domain registration not included. Your cover page will renew at our regular published rates after the first year.

 

Featured Cover Pages

The Makers Digest, by Christina Hug. Christina wanted to simplify & beautify the signup process for her weekly digests of hands-on creative workshops in 10 cities.

The Makers Digest, by Christina Hug. Christina wanted to simplify & beautify the signup process for her weekly digests of hands-on creative workshops in 10 cities.

Donante Pendiente, by Karina Pastor. Karina, from Lima, Peru, created a cover page to encourage her community to donate blood & platelets for those who need them most.

Donante Pendiente, by Karina Pastor. Karina, from Lima, Peru, created a cover page to encourage her community to donate blood & platelets for those who need them most.

Grumpy Food, by Future Positive. Jakub & the team at Future Positive wanted to help one of their favorite local food market vendors take their business to the next level.

Grumpy Food, by Future Positive. Jakub & the team at Future Positive wanted to help one of their favorite local food market vendors take their business to the next level.

Project Worthmore, by Eric Starling. How well would you cope being a refugee in a new country? Eric's page supports an org that is helping Burmese refugees in Denver.

Project Worthmore, by Eric Starling. How well would you cope being a refugee in a new country? Eric's page supports an org that is helping Burmese refugees in Denver.

Zucchero, by Diego Navarro. This small coffee shop just opened near Diego's home, and did not have a website. Diego wanted to lend a hand for a new neighborhood spot.

Zucchero, by Diego Navarro. This small coffee shop just opened near Diego's home, and did not have a website. Diego wanted to lend a hand for a new neighborhood spot.

Help Preserve Winter Hill Road, by John L. Sullivan. Citizen-neighbors are supporting a grass-roots, community effort to fight off development of an old family farm.

Help Preserve Winter Hill Road, by John L. Sullivan. Citizen-neighbors are supporting a grass-roots, community effort to fight off development of an old family farm.

Changing the World in a Blink of An Eye, by CreativeMornings. CreativeMornings is supporting Maggie Doyne for the 2015 CNN Hero of the Year Award.

Changing the World in a Blink of An Eye, by CreativeMornings. CreativeMornings is supporting Maggie Doyne for the 2015 CNN Hero of the Year Award.

One Heart One Tree, by Katie Zanecchia. Katie made a cover page to support an upcoming interactive art project that takes a stand against deforestation.

One Heart One Tree, by Katie ZanecchiaKatie made a cover page to support an upcoming interactive art project that takes a stand against deforestation.

How To Draw A Person, by Tina Roth Eisenberg. Tina wanted to encourage her 5 year-old son, Tilo, to share his drawing talents with the world. There you have it!

How To Draw A Person, by Tina Roth Eisenberg. Tina wanted to encourage her 5 year-old son, Tilo, to share his drawing talents with the world. There you have it!

Hire Good Work, by Carolyn Marcus. Carolyn's friend is in the midst of his job search, and she wanted to lend a hand by highlighting his skills, background, and potential. 

Hire Good Work, by Carolyn Marcus. Carolyn's friend is in the midst of his job search, and she wanted to lend a hand by highlighting his skills, background, and potential. 

The Justice Ball, by Sally Rumble. Sally helps the Justice League NYC, a social justice organization, promote their annual fundraiser.

The Justice Ball, by Sally Rumble. Sally helps the Justice League NYC, a social justice organization, promote their annual fundraiser.

Purchase for Good, by CreativeMornings. A story & business worth sharing: Lori Fox is passionate about helping fair trade + socially conscious businesses thrive.

Purchase for Good, by CreativeMornings. A story & business worth sharing: Lori Fox is passionate about helping fair trade + socially conscious businesses thrive.

Dear Women In Tech, by Amrit Richmond. To support women pursuing careers in tech, Amrit opened her inbox to women looking for a job or seeking networking & advice.

Dear Women In Tech, by Amrit Richmond. To support women pursuing careers in tech, Amrit opened her inbox to women looking for a job or seeking networking & advice.

Always Be Creating, by Tra To. Tra was so inspired by Dale Watkins' graph he uses every day that she shared the same inspiration with the world. Now go create!

Always Be Creating, by Tra To. Tra was so inspired by Dale Watkins' graph he uses every day that she shared the same inspiration with the world. Now go create!

The Future of Farming, by CreativeMornings. We have a deep love of food and technology, and Edenworks uses tech for conscious eating, with job creation to boot.

The Future of Farming, by CreativeMornings. We have a deep love of food and technology, and Edenworks uses tech for conscious eating, with job creation to boot.

Dr Rob Smith, by CreativeMornings/Cardiff. A local musician with over 30 years experience didn't have a web presence, so the organizers in Cardiff changed that.

Dr Rob Smith, by CreativeMornings/Cardiff. A local musician with over 30 years experience didn't have a web presence, so the organizers in Cardiff changed that.

How To Save Your Own City, by Laurel Wamsley. Laurel hopes you will stay in the loop about a new podcast focused on how you can make positive change in your city.

How To Save Your Own City, by Laurel Wamsley. Laurel hopes you will stay in the loop about a new podcast focused on how you can make positive change in your city.

Holiday Food Drive, by CreativeMornings/NewYork. For NYC's local event in November, they encouraged their attendees to participate in a food drive.

Holiday Food Drive, by CreativeMornings/NewYork. For NYC's local event in November, they encouraged their attendees to participate in a food drive.

Coconut Rob, by Sally Rumble. Coconut Rob is a neighborhood staple for Sally in Brooklyn, but he doesn't have a website. Sally set out to help him grow his business.

Coconut Rob, by Sally Rumble. Coconut Rob is a neighborhood staple for Sally in Brooklyn, but he doesn't have a website. Sally set out to help him grow his business.

Give Write Now, by Katie Zanecchia. Katie believes in the power of voice and in the power of community, so her cover page supports a local youth organization, Girls Write Now.

Give Write Now, by Katie ZanecchiaKatie believes in the power of voice and in the power of community, so her cover page supports a local youth organization, Girls Write Now.

Finnished, by Vince Joy. Vince built a page to promote his neighbor's indiegogo campaign to create a framing business with his 11 year-old son.

Finnished, by Vince Joy. Vince built a page to promote his neighbor's indiegogo campaign to create a framing business with his 11 year-old son.