Web Design for Fun and Non-Profits
With the birth of the Internet, non-profits no have the power to reach a wider audience for less money than they could have dreamed of through older media types. But, even though a web site can be more effective, yet cost less than a national TV commercial spot, most non-profits still struggle to create cutting edge design and high impact web communication strategies.
Will the "Greater Good" triumph over the almighty dollar? Or do non-profits expect to get a Ferrarri for the price of a Yugo?
While it's easy to expect that it all comes down to the price tag, the frustrations and challenges run far deeper. In this session, two creative directors from different sides of the tracks will debate the in’s and out’s of applying design concepts to the non-profit sector and share how communications professionals can better plan Web communications strategies for these organizations.
Additional Supporting Materials
- What makes web design for non-profits different than commercial clients?
- How can I create a comprehensive web strategy for a cause-focused organization?
- How far can I push the boundaries of design for non-profits that are risk-adverse?
- Are there different technologies I should recommend for non-profits?
- How can your design create value on a smaller budget?
- Jason CranfordTeague, Director of User Experience, Forum One Communications
- Eve Simon, Creative Director, Beaconfire
Jason Teague, Director of User Experience, Forum One Communications
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