fbpx Skip to content

Print Design

All
  • All
  • Digital Marketing
  • News
  • Nonprofits
  • Print Design
  • Web Design

Redstart Roundup | May 20, 2020

Redstart Roundup A bi-weekly roundup of the most interesting links and stories from around the web This week we are sharing some great resources for nonprofit design.  Your nonprofit’s visual brand a close representation of who and what your organization stands for. These are some resources for updating the look and feel of your organization’s…

Email & Direct Mail – Working Together to Achieve Marketing Goals

Email marketing is a great way to stay connected to your nonprofit audience. Direct mail is a great way to make your audience aware of new campaigns or goals.  Both are versatile tools that increase awareness of your nonprofit and help achieve your marketing goals. You shouldn’t choose between them, because they complement each other…

Redstart Roundup | May 6, 2020

Redstart Roundup A bi-weekly roundup of the most interesting links and stories from around the web Here are some great resources for nonprofit design. Your nonprofit’s visual brand a close representation of who and what your organization stands for. Here are some practical tips and tricks for updating the look and feel of your organization’s…

5 Tips to Creating An Outline For Your Annual Report

It’s that time of year again: annual report time! Your organization is probably hunkering down and creating a comprehensive guide to what you’ve been up to the past year. Annual reports are important for communicating with your stakeholders, keeping your donors ‘in the know’ about what you have been able to accomplish with donations and…

4 Key Steps To Making Your Fall Direct Mail Stand Out

We may be in the thick of summer, but your organization should already be thinking about creating your fall direct mail fundraising piece. Fall is the time when the giving season is ramping up, so you want to ensure that your fundraising efforts are ramping up, as well. Here are some key steps to ensure…

Why telling your story is so important

By: Henry Mortimer What grabs your attention more? A list of ingredients, like oatmeal, blueberries, and sugar, or a story about one company’s mission to bring the tangy sweetness of a blueberry and the warming power of a bowl of oatmeal to kitchen tables around the world? Both refer to Kashi’s goal of making healthy…

4 Reasons Your Organization Should Review Their Branding

Your branding is a representation of your organization. It is how you define what your organization stands for (ie, who you are), what your values are (ie, what you do) and what your mission is (ie, why you matter). Because it often provides your audience with its first impression, it is critical to ensure that…

Do's And Don'ts Of Design

By: Rebecca Teaff Design is at the core of you organization’s brand. Having effective design for your brand not only looks good, it also helps to communicate to your audience. From the fanciest website to the most simple black and white booklet, design can enhance your message and help deliver it to your audience. Having…

3 Reasons To Update Your Brand

Your brand is a reflection of your organization’s values and identity. Over time, you may need to realign how this looks and feels to remain consistent with your vision. A rebrand, or brand refresh, offers you an opportunity to revisit what the most important aspects of your culture, company and voice are, and update their…

3 Tips for Creating Better Engagement With Storytelling

By: Henry Mortimer There are many reasons why we say storytelling is the most effective, persuasive and compelling way to engage with others and inspire them to act. For example, a good story is hard to resist. Consider the success of the weekly podcast “Serial,” which recounted the incidents surrounding a real-life 1999 murder in…

5 Things Your Logo Needs To Be To Be Effective

By: Rebecca Teaff  One of the most crucial parts to any organization’s branding is their logo. Your logo is your identifying feature to your audience and is most likely their first impression of your brand. It is representative of a feeling, culture or idea from your organization. It gives a tangible to the intangible ideas.…

Traditional and Digital Combine to Create Successful Marketing Plans

There are so many ways to market these days that is it hard to know where to start. Technology allows for instant access to a myriad of information and integrating digital with your traditional methods will help lead to success. Without digital, you are missing opportunities to converse with your target market. You will need to adjust…

Scroll To Top