We spend our days dwelling on ways to make a good donation page great, how to tell a better story, how to convey a mission with just an image or well-chosen font. Here are some of our observations about web development and visual design for arts & culture and nonprofit organizations.

Save Time and Increase Engagement with Automated Emails

Ceci Dadisman

A cohesive new brand helps Saint Luke’s Foundation tell its story

Teresa Kiplinger

A lively re-brand brings elder care into a new era

Teresa Kiplinger

Typography Makes all the Difference

Ceci Dadisman

Academics and Artists and Athletes, Oh My!

Ceci Dadisman

On the road again

Ceci Dadisman

Before you run a Facebook ad...

Ceci Dadisman

Join us at the Arts Impact Ohio Conference

Ceci Dadisman

Curating the Experience Using Technology

Ceci Dadisman

Tour Akron Art Museum with Dot the Chatbot

Katelyn Gerber

Will We See You At NAMP?

Ceci Dadisman

Good Design for the Greater Good

Teresa Kiplinger
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We are helping new nonprofit Oberlin Center for the Arts fulfill its mission to connect the community with the arts. In addition to designing the logo and brand guide, we created a suite of interconnected websites for OCA and its founding member organizations; the sites seamlessly share and cross-pollinate content to help raise awareness and encourage patrons to attend more arts events classes and classes.

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