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Upcoming Webinar

Build a Better Website with Brand Strategy

Designing for Online Engagement Webinar

Nov 28 | Upcoming Webinar
11 am - 12 pm
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Does your organization’s website paint an accurate picture of who you are, what you do, and the values you stand for? Available to nearly anyone at anytime, websites play a pivotal role in how effectively nonprofits are engaging audiences and turning that engagement into action. Could yours be doing a better job helping advance your mission?

As one of our most popular webinars, Designing for Online Engagement teaches nonprofit professionals:

  • The foundations of an effective brand strategy
  • How social impact brands create and deliver value
  • How design can translate that value into tangible experiences
  • How to frame website discussions and decisions
  • Specific workshop activities for designing your brand

Want to learn more? Register here and mark your calendars for Nov. 28 @ 11 am.

Presenters

Matthew Schwartz

Matthew Schwartz

For the last 23 years, Matt has specialized in brand strategy and digital design, focusing his passion for social and environmental issues to help organizations achieve greater impact. As Constructive’s leader, Matt plays an active role in collaborating with clients and our teams to develop strategies and design brand experiences that increase mission focus and deepen audience engagement. A frequent writer and speaker, Matt is a regular contributor to The Foundation Center, Communications Network, and other organizations. His work has been recognized for excellence by numerous organizations such as The Webbys, Communication Arts, Print Magazine, The Case Awards, Graphic Design USA, The W3 Awards, The Communicator Awards, and others. Matt earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Sarah Lawrence College in Writing & Visual Arts. He then conducted post-graduate design studies at the School of Visual Arts, Rhode Island School of Design, and Parsons.

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