Design For Good
Ethical branding & marketing for nonprofits
Branding & marketing that rely on empathy to earn an audience’s trust.
Using a human-based, inclusive approach to graphic design.
Unique & professional designs that entertain & educate your audience.
Hi! I’m a graphic designer for nonprofits & socially-conscious businesses.
All of my work is centered around design for good. From making logos for non-profits or designing emails for art educators, I strive to give something back in my work. Inclusive design also plays a special role in my creative process.
From the face of your business down to the logo, I can help brand your next project.
Never worry about keeping up with digital marketing again.
Check Out My Work
“Eileen worked with our group on a logo for a local STEM education outreach organization called Paradigm Shift. She was professional and skilled. She sat with me to sketch and brainstorm and made sure at every step of the way that the spirit of the organization was captured in our new logo. She really cares about her client’s satisfaction with the product. I would recommend her to anyone looking for a high-quality logo design.”
“Eileen is a gem. She is a wonderful artist with an impressive range of sense-abilities that makes her quite versatile. She created new images for us, as well as lending her talents to images we already had that needed adjustment and she did a grand job on all of the above. She offered an astute perspective as we assessed our web site needs and I hope to continue working with her as we fine-tune Emotion Literacy Advocates’ online presence.“
“Eileen was so responsive to our requests. She listened and fully embraced our vision. Her work was timely, which was especially impressive given our limited timeline! We had Eileen complete several items for us, and she did a great job on all of them. We were very impressed with her work. We are so appreciative of her efforts and for the marketing items we now have to use! These items would have been very costly, which has a huge impact on a non-profit organization. Thank you, Eileen!“