Branding, Design and Accessibility for Nonprofits | DC and Maryland

Branding, design and accessibility for nonprofits who want to increase their reach and revenue

As Seen/Heard On

  • U.S. Department of the Interior
  • CreativePro logo.
  • Logo Geek podcast.
  • Just Creative blog.
  • This Design Life blog.
  • Freelancers Union.
  • WP Elevation logo.
  • WP Accessibility Day
  • Chax Chat podcast.
  • Main WP.
  • Agency Trailblazer podcast.
  • Atarim Summit.
  • Design for Geeks show.
  • Smart Web Creators podcast.
  • The SDM Show logo.
  • Nailing It! podcast.
  • Creatives Ignite 2020 logo.
  • Able Tech.

Proven Results

Real results from a few of our clients.

Proven Results

Increase in donations in 3 months
Increase in revenue from an event
Increase in RSVPs

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
  • Publication Design

    We design publications that tell your story and have impact.

    See our publication work
  • Event Collateral

    We design event materials that help you get more attendees and sponsors.

    See our event work

Accessibility Services

Some of Our Clients

  • U.S. Department of the Interior
  • Baylor University
  • International Finance Corporation World Bank Group
  • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
  • Montgomery County, Maryland
  • Endocrine Society
  • Greatheart Consulting
  • Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press

We’ve been working to make sure all of our materials are fully accessible. We still have a ways to go, but I have learned so much from this process and from working with the experts at Gratzer Graphics to help us take the steps we have taken so far—and to help guide us in the steps we still need to take.

If you don’t know much about accessibility or think that accessibility is primarily in what colors you use, then I encourage you to sign up for their newsletter. Lots of helpful tips and general learning on what accessibility means.

Janai Wallace, Greatheart Consulting

See more of what clients have said

Recent Articles

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    InDesign accessibility.

    When you need to have an InDesign file remediated and made into an accessible PDF, it’s helpful to know what information to share with the remediator as well as what to expect with InDesign file remediation.

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  • How to Write Image Alt-text

    Blind man with seeing-eye dog.

    Many organizations know that it’s important to add Alt-text to images to make them accessible to people with a visual disability. But they don’t necessarily know how to write Alt-text or what the best practices are. Find out 10 tips for how to write image Alt-text the right way.

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  • Why Acrobat’s Accessibility Checker Is Not Enough

    Acrobat’s built-in accessibility checker is a useful tool for finding some accessibility errors. But it can only detect some potential accessibility issues. Find out why Acrobat’s accessibility checker isn’t enough for checking the accessibility of your documents.

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Ultimate Alt-text Guide

Find out who should write Alt-text, which images need it, how to write it and how to add Alt-text to images.