Date(s) - 06/09/2021
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Graphic design is a part of everyday life and is an essential tool for nonprofits. Every team needs design work, and it is important that you understand how to communicate with creative professionals, both external and on staff. You may need to try your hand at designing yourself. This workshop will teach you the basic principles of visual design so you can confidently manage your design needs.
Join us to learn how to create simple design pieces on your own or work more productively with a creative team.
If you’ve ever said to yourself, “I know this doesn’t work, but I don’t know why,” then this session will help!
Please feel free to bring examples of your own flyers, presentations, or other graphics from your organization. We will share them with the group for live feedback using the principles we discuss.
About Our Presenter: Lily Robles is a Partner and Creative Director at Opus Design in Boston. She joined Opus after 22 years at Monitor Deloitte where she served as Art Director and Global Design Manager. Lily is a presentation coach for doctoral students at Harvard Business School, a volunteer and former Board Member at Veteran’s Legal Services and past chapter president of the National Association for Professional Women. She attended Boston College where she majored in English and Philosophy. Lily lives in NH with her husband and Schnoodle, named Flurry.
This session is ideal for nonprofit professionals without graphic design experience and those who work with external designers. Join us on June 9th to participate in this workshop.
Please apply using this link by June 4th. Applicants will be notified of their acceptance within two days of their application.