If you’re coming from a traditional fundraising background, you remember the days of print – having to get everything exactly right before you sent something to the printer. One mistake used to mean big money.
In the online world, the biggest mistake you can make is waiting until everything is perfect Continue reading
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YourFonts turns your own handwriting into a font for free. You also have the option to include your signature and these OpenType fonts can be used on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux machines.
The first step is to print and fill out the template. You write each letter in a “cell”, which contains horizontal guidelines that help you write the characters in the correct dimensions.
After you save, scan and upload your template, you can download and install the fonts on your computer. Now, you can use your actual handwriting in your own documents!
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crowdSPRING is a great place to find creative resources. Here is the concept behind this innovative website:
1.) Post a creative project and attach a cost for what you are willing to pay to the winner.
2.) Creatives contribute actual project work (e.g. logo, widget, website design, etc.)
3.) Pick a winner of the entries: You receive the creative work and they receive the prize money. Continue reading