It’s been a long time coming. Kind of like the cobbler’s children who have no shoes, we’ve been too busy to tell our own stories to our own “prospects”! We advise our clients to use their existing social media to communicate their story, their worth. It’s advice we have finally heeded for ourselves.
You can click “Portfolio” in the green band above, or click here and they come back and see what our intent has been with everything we do.
Though they are presented as individual shots, they represent decisions we made for each client to use as their own recognition branding mechanism. These are simply snapshots with quick captions intended to point out a feature or two of each display or family of recognition elements, to feature a certain design and/or functional intent.
Everything you see has been designed by my firm. All is based on “Best Practices for Donor ™, our mantra. Everything here has been created and specified uniquely for each client’s to meet their budget, answer their functional need and to integrate appropriately with its architectural environment. Each build-out and installation has been managed through to completion by this firm, Robin E. Williams. Incorporated. And do know that although there are several manufacturers’ work shown here, the importance is not in who made these, but in how each functions best to enhance and broaden giving…..to motivate continued giving!
I hope you enjoy this, our “Portfolio” of work.
Written by: Robin E. Williams
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