In January of 2019, I began a design exercise of creating an exhibition logo, or title wall design, for 27 different shows. To create each exhibition logo, I followed the basic steps outlined in my process: research the exhibition, define a tone, establish an overall shape, refine type, and add visual elements when appropriate. Here you will see all 27 exhibition logos and reflections on my experience completing this logo challenge.
Your organization’s year-end giving is a huge task that can reap huge rewards. Being intentional about your plan and design can help potential supporters easily give and get involved in the work you are doing.
Stationary can be as simple as a business card and some letterhead, or it can include envelopes, thank you cards, stickers, return address labels, or notecards. Taking a little bit of time to create custom stationary will ensure your organization looks professional and competent for years to come.
Whether you create original icons or select from stock, a designer can bring expertise on providing your organization the right assets to elevate your message and avoid confusion. This week, we look at examples of icons and some tips to keep in mind when creating your own.
Your website answers all of the who, what, when, where, and why’s your audience could ever ask. Working with a designer will save you time and ensure that your site looks great and functions at its best.