1. Before and After – from plain text to a designed piece
2. This layout shows many design elements that a writer can consider when writing. What pieces of information are important for the skimmer to take away from the Read More »
How many times has a copywriter bemoaned that designers always say there’s too much text? How many time does the designer beg the editor to cut more text?
How can we come to a perfect harmony?
Graphic design should make Read More »
We think of an infographic in three levels depending on the goals of the specific campaign.
Some images need to add context to data or factoids through associated visuals/graphics. For instance, this ROC infographic presents key findings from a report Read More »
It’s getting to be that time of year… what I like to call Fundraising Season. Time for special events, end-of-year mailings, newsletters, and thinking about the annual report.
To get your fundraising juices going, we wanted to show you some Read More »
We’ve been producing a record number of posters and websites in the past 6 months. Here’s just a small sample of the exciting projects we’ve gotten to work on:
AIDS Conference 2012. This is the first year that the conference Read More »
Are you part of a social change organization that needs to update your logo that a friend put together 10 years ago in Microsoft Word? Are you confused by all the terminology, or where to begin when designing or redesigning Read More »
Planning and Budget
Plan ahead – make sure you have planned ahead of time your overall strategy, and have proofread and edited your text. The more advance planning you do, the less hours you will accumulate with the designer – Read More »
The task of choosing envelopes for your organization may seem a tad overwhelming. But fear-not comrades, here is a fabulous resource to make your envelope decisions more manageable. Check out this resource posted on www.designerstoolbox.com. Read More »