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Catchafire invites you to their webinar

Graphic & Web Design Essentials for Your Nonprofit

About this webinar

What's this Webinar About?

Take stock of your nonprofit's visuals. Do you have a defined set of colors, fonts, and logos to use? How do those translate to your one-pager? Your annual report? Your website and social media presence?

Great design is grounded in a strong brand identity and a set of guidelines that intersect logo, colors, key messages and photo. Maintaining a consistent presence across all channels will elevate your organization's presence and solidify your mission in the minds of your supporters, beneficiaries, and funders.

Join Catchafire's own Director of Design & User Experience to learn how to assess your design needs and communicate them to a design volunteer who can make your nonprofit shine.

Some questions we'll explore...

  • How do I create a set of visual guidelines for my nonprofit?
  • Why is it important to have a strong brand identity?
  • What goes into making visual updates to my website vs. a print piece and what do I need to prioritize?
  • How do I give constructive feedback to a designer?

Why Should I Attend?

If any of the following describes you or your organization, you should come:

  • I don't have design experience myself, but my organization needs design help today
  • I'm interested in bringing on a consultant or volunteer to help with design, but don't know where to start
  • I've worked with designers in the past and have had trouble getting what I wanted

Hosted by

  • Guest speaker
    KV G
    Kate Varner Director, Design & UX @ Catchafire

    Kate has 15 years of experience in the digital design industry, & 3 as director of Catchafire's design team. She’s worked on major brands like Mastercard, L’Oreal, Tiffany’s and Morgan Stanley. Her true passion lies in leading teams to create good user experiences.

Catchafire

Where talent meets purpose.

Catchafire.org is a full service, on-demand solution designed to address the wide-ranging and complex needs of nonprofits by connecting them with skills-based volunteers.

Through Catchafire’s marketplace, nonprofits have access to capacity-building projects and a community of volunteers.