You’ve probably heard that creating a website doesn’t have to be hard. Actually, it can be very hard, but with a few tips and techniques the process can be fairly straightforward and, in fact, enlightening. You can build a nice-looking, professional website for your nonprofit without breaking the bank or being an expert, but only if you take the time to consider a few key questions.
While all websites share usability as a common denominator for their success, usability problems are not normally discovered until a user digs into the website. Holding a user’s attention and interest, visually, when they first come to a site plays an important role in keeping them there.
When we say editing photos, would you believe me if I say that there’s a little hidden gem in our computers that can do a few (surprising) features that Photoshop also does?
Thanks to a recent session held by Microsoft experts at the Technology for Good 2016 (Philippines), I have learned that there is in fact a wide array of features hidden or unnoticed in PowerPoint that can give you basic image editing capabilities. From background removal, to color picking even up to creating composite images, let us go through some of these awesome features in PowerPoint!
You're ready to tell your organization's story in video, but which software is best for you to put it all together? Do you need the simplicity of Premiere Elements or the full range of features in Premiere Pro?
What's in Common
Trying to decide if you need the streamlined simplicity of Photoshop Elements or the comprehensive collection of Photoshop CC? This guide can help you decide.
What's in Common
Both Photoshop Elements and Photoshop CC allow you to manipulate photos in all the basic ways.
Newsletters play an essential part in any NGO’s overall marketing and communications. Thus, in this article I’ll be breezing you through some key points that you may find useful when working with your very own newsletter campaigns.
From avoiding being filtered as SPAM to tips and tricks on developing a mobile-friendly newsletter, let’s breeze through a quick list of tips that can either help you effectively begin an EDM (electronic direct marketing) campaign, or further improve your existing one.
Your Tool of Choice
Storymakers 2014 is now open for entries! If you’re looking to submit either a short form or a 60 second video, I’ve gathered here some useful apps that can definitely help give your entries a vibrant twist. Worried about the requirements? Don’t be! These are all free, easy-to-use apps that you can use with just your mobile devices!
PicPlayPost: Pictures and videos in one collage
Looking to boost your nonprofit’s marketing materials? Let me help you do that with just the use of your mobile devices! From as simple as giving your pictures a bit of a twist up to animating your own videos, be able to do all of those with these FREE and easy to use apps.
Tablet Photography: Create Your Own Resource
Do you have little to no experience in using designing software? Don’t worry, we’re about to change that! To help you learn to create your own designs, I’ve listed here some of my own favorite design recipes that you can easily, and quickly, replicate for your own organization’s needs.
Adobe Spark Video is your everyday story-telling app. With a simple interface and a library filled with readily available media, virtually anyone can now develop and narrate their own animated videos in just a matter of minutes!