Need a Graphic Designer for Pro Bono Work

April 24, 2013

For several months now, I’ve been doing some pro-bono (i.e., free) work for a local non-profit, the Centre County Down Syndrome Society. I’m helping them bring their Web site into the modern age. (If you look, you’ll see that the site is currently terrible. Terrible!) That process is moving right along, but they have a need I cannot address, and I’m hoping that some friendly graphic designer out there can help them (and me) out.

UPDATE: I believe this need has already been filled, but if you want to offer names and suggestions just in case, that’s great. My sincerest thanks to everyone!

The organization’s original logo is a terribly clunky thing, probably created in Microsoft PowerPoint or Paint! They need the logo to be recreated as a vector image (I assume), so that it’ll be usable online and in print publications. I imagine the color scheme will stay relatively the same. Other than that, I’m not sure as to the particulars of what they’d want the logo to be, look like, etc. (This is an organization, with a committee, so there may be multiple opinions involved.)

This is a non-paying gig. However, you’ll have my eternal gratitude and the reward of having done something charitable.

If you’re able and interested, let me know. Thanks!