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Doing Good By Design

How to make better graphic design choices for your foundation and be a more informed advisor to your grantees.

Websites. Annual reports. Newsletters and brochures. As a foundation communicator, you’re asked pass judgment on these and other forms of communications day in and day out — whether they are being created for your foundation or one of your grantees. When it comes to evaluating design, though, most of us rely on little more than our own taste.

But there is a better way, as graphic artist Charlie Hess shows you in this webinar.

Among the topics covered during his conversation with host Andy Goodman:

  • How basic page design can make text more readable and interesting
  • Why black-and-white photography may be preferable to color
  • What different choices in typography communicate beyond what the words themselves are saying

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(Note–you may wish to fast-forward about 2 minutes and 30 seconds to the point where the presentation begins.)


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