Training Materials, Infographics & Forms
Training is really just another word for teaching. I bet you have a lot of people who interact with your organization and who need to be taught various things. Maybe they need to learn your policies for volunteering, or maybe you’re looking to educate a large audience on your social channels. Having quality training materials is one way to ensure everyone will get the same information, delivered in the same format, leaving little room for error.
- Editable PDFs & Forms
What’s the best way to get someone to learn something? Put it in an infographic. Hands down, the infographic has changed the way people interact with information online. They’re short and sweet and often have incredibly powerful information. Maybe your nonprofit needs to share some of the symptoms of diagnosis for the clients you serve or maybe it’s about all the ways people can donate to you. There are endless possibilities for information that you could share in a quick and digestible way through infographics.
You’re reading volunteer information on a nonprofit’s website and you excitedly decide that this is the place you want to spend your time. You click the link to download their volunteer information form, and once you open it up realize you have to actually print the form, write in the information, scan it and then email it in. What a pain, right?
One of the easiest ways to collect information from people is to give them a way to fill out a form online and let them email it to you. The problem is, not everyone can make editable PDFs. The good news is that I can help you do that. I’ve created intake forms for doctors, a yoga school and to collect volunteer information. There are so many uses for editable PDFs and they’re such a quick way to improve your user experience.
So what do you say?