Category Archives: Non Profit Design

Thriving Design for Legacy Organizations

  Nonprofits, foundations, and other mission-driven organizations that were incepted 50, 60, or even 100 years ago may struggle to keep up with the pace of digital advancement. Decision makers often include a board of directors that might not accept change readily, even if others know/they know it’s time. An aging board, or older staff Read More…

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Designing for Complex Issues

  Some projects are very difficult to work on, not because of design issues, but due to the nature of their subject matter. I’m working on one of those right now and I want to share what I’m learning. My client is an agency and their client is a foundation whose mission is to protect Read More…

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Design that Connects to the Audience

This question has been asked of me before: since you do design for nonprofits and foundations, do you really want it to look too good? Might that look like the organization is spending too much on graphic design, and not enough on their mission? The answer is simple: all design must look good, especially for Read More…

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Client Kudos

In the past I’ve often experienced delays from well-meaning, yet
over-promising designers. Maria produced quality artwork AND was ahead
of schedule—not a minor combination in this world. I wouldn’t hesitate to
work with her again and I hope to have that chance soon.

Chris G., Author and Speaker