A recent client from northern England requested a very lively image to reproduce on a small billboard. The delivery involved a lot of sketching and design dead-ends, but the final result is one-of-a-kind. The artwork will be displayed for a
Your brand represents who you are, and your logo distills that into one image. Designing a logo is like creating a portrait of an organization. A logo has to work at a half inch, on the bottom of an email,
Sometimes, the best feedback from a client is just one line. That’s what we heard from the Washington Department of Labor & Industries when we delivered four new videos to introduce legal issues relating to safety and health in nonprofits.
I’ve lost track of the number of folks I’ve met who said, “I want to start a nonprofit…someday.” This video, which I produced for a project funded by the Washington Secretary of State’s office, gives a high-level overview of the
Your organization’s annual report is an important piece of information for funders and community members. This year, Washington Nonprofits worked with 3 Choices Creative Communications to produce a video annual report that showcases the work of the organization and highlights
Nancy Bacon (nancybacon.com) and I are both passionate about instructional design, especially as it applies to the nonprofit and public sectors. We’re recently collaborated on a free ebook, How to Design for Action, that shares our unique iterative process and
I love it when a big project can be distilled into a simple message. A recent project funded by the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries Safety & Health Investment Projects (“SHIP”) was one of those. SHIP funds ideas
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Over 20 years ago, an online community was launched to support adult siblings of people with disabilities. It began as a ListServ, moved to Yahoo!, then to Facebook. For those like myself who grew up with a special-needs sibling, SibNet
In 2018, I designed a logo for the Central Washington Conference for the Greater Good, which is held in Yakima, Washington every spring. I used images from the Yakima Canyon to inspire the design. In 2019, I continued the Yakima