Marketing insights to help you achieve greater impact by aligning profit and purpose, for changemakers from conscious companies and meaningful causes. Empower your team and supporters to influence, inspire, and engage the communities you serve through branding, design, and marketing in our digital and social world.
At the end of the day, every cause has one aim: to achieve greater good and have lasting impact in their community, region and in the world.
A recent article in WIRED magazine, and online on wired.com recently caught my eye, about A/B testing. A/B testing presents website visitors with variations of the same page, and click-through rates are monitored to gauge effectiveness. Obviously, the better-performing results are implemented. This can be key for online nonprofit fundraising.
After a recent conversation with the communications director of a global manufacturing company who also runs a non-profit, I've been thinking lately about the designer's obligation for altruism. To put it simply, we are obliged to give back to the community in meaningful ways.
By now, your nonprofit or higher education organization has either wholly embraced social media, or has yet to even create a Twitter or Facebook account.
Some organizations believe that social media is now the primary way to build relationships, forgetting that it's just part of the media mix. Social media, design and traditional media all contribute to a healthy communications continuum for any nonprofit or grant making organization.
For the past few years, we’ve been talking with our clients about alignment – when branding and communications align with the organization’s mission and connect with stakeholder’s values.
It’s not complicated: Listen closely to what the stakeholders are saying, and it will be clear what they are listening for.
10 years ago, I started on a journey to reinvent my firm, without realizing that it was the beginning of a road less traveled. Where many designers are passionate about design, I am equally passionate about running my business well. Learning to conduct business, manage business, and develop business is an ongoing process. Solving problems for our clients is important; I want them to know I also understand their business challenges.
Recently, we’ve had some unique opportunities to hear from visitors who frequent philanthropic, nonprofit, and community college websites. The visitors are frustrated.
In our work with mission-driven organizations, we encounter far too many JPEG and GIF format logos and not enough of what makes design and visual branding simple: vector .EPS logo formats.