Branding, Design and Accessibility for Nonprofits | DC and Maryland
Branding, design and accessibility for nonprofits who want to increase their impact
Real results from a few of our clients.
How We Help
Branding and Design
Brand Strategy and Design
We take your brand to the next level, so it has more impact.See our branding work
We design publications that tell your story and have impact.See our publication work
We design event materials that help you get more attendees and sponsors.See our event work
Accessible InDesign Files
We design accessible publications or remediate your existing InDesign files.Learn more about InDesign file remediation
Website Accessibility Audit
We identify accessibility issues on your website, which helps you get compliant and prevent potential legal issues.Learn more about our website accessibility audit
Accessible Website Design
We design websites that connect with your audience and are user friendly and accessible to people with disabilities.See our website work
Some of Our Clients
- International Finance Corporation | World Bank Group
- Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
- Montgomery County, Maryland
- Endocrine Society
- Jewish Council for the Aging
- Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine
- Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging
- American Association of Community Colleges
- Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press
- Aerospace Industries Association
What creative and talented designers! They know what’s needed to propel an organization to the next level. Colleen is a passionate, trustworthy, deadline-conscious professional and a go-to resource. I admire her a lot!
David Gamse, CEO, Jewish Council for the Aging, Rockville, MD
What can we help you with today?
Accessibility During COVID-19 Is Even More CrucialContinue reading Accessibility During COVID-19 Is Even More Crucial
Document accessibility and website accessibility are even more crucial for organizations during this COVID-19 crisis. So many more people are online now than before, and approximately 1 in 5 of them is someone with a disability. That means your website just became that much more crucial to your organization. But is your website now more of an asset or more of a liability?
Working From Home During COVID-19Continue reading Working From Home During COVID-19
In light of recent events, we realize that many of our clients are working from home and wanted to reach out and see what you might be challenged with that we could potentially help with.
11 Myths About AccessibilityContinue reading 11 Myths About Accessibility
Unless you or someone you know has a disability (temporary or permanent), you may not think about accessibility at all. If your organization doesn’t understand it or has preconceived notions about it, read on to get the facts, as we dispel 11 myths about accessibility.
5 Steps to a Successful Brand Identity
Find out how branding can help your organization and the role accessibility plays in it.