Project

Infographic

Human Services

This project is

In Progress

Matched with:

Mohamed N.

This project will save us $2,000, allowing us to reach more individuals who may not be aware of our services.

What We Need

  • An easily understood visual aid that communicates complex information
  • A high-resolution version of the Infographic in the Organization’s preferred format

How This Will Help

The success of our organization depends on Telling the story of who we serve. Without your help, we cannot explain our impact cleary and concisely.. Your skills will empower us to reach more family.

What We Have In Place

We currently have brand standards which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have impact numbers and the ability to provide any other information you need.

  • Location: Remote (work anywhere)

Project Steps

  • Prep: Distribution of prep materials
    • Volunteer Manager and Professional discuss the objective of the infographic and key audiences
    • Volunteer Manager provides Professional with data or other source of information to draw from
  • Milestone 1: Preliminary sketching
    • Professional develops three drafted concepts to share with the Organization
    • Volunteer Manager chooses one draft as a primary concept and provides feedback
  • Milestone 2: Graphic creation
    • Professional provides Volunteer Manager with first draft of Infographic
    • Volunteer Manager provides Professional with up to two rounds feedback
  • Milestone 3: Presentation of deliverables
    • Professional delivers the final version of the Infographic including specifications for usage (colors, size, etc.)
Prerequisites for Professional
  • Graphic design experience
  • Data interpretation/translation skills
Prerequisites for Organization
  • Existing visual brand guidelines for your Organization
  • A specific source of data or information

Our Mission

The New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome is a not-for-profit organization committed to the advocacy of children and families with Tourette Syndrome and its associated disorders. Dedicated to delivering high quality services to these individuals, the Center recognizes the importance of educating the public, medical professionals, and teachers about this disorder through programs and affiliations with public schools, health centers, and universities. To ensure that individuals with Tourette Syndrome are contributing members of their communities and society at large, the Center is committed to leading the development of diagnostic and treatment therapies and actively supporting research for a cure.