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What I Could Do For You At DayOn

What are you doing this MLK Jr. day? If you’re a nonprofit organization looking for help, the most brilliant mind in Portland tech has agreed to pool their energies and expertise together—in one venue, all day, for you to take full advantage of (in the best sense of the word.)

It’s called DayOn, which its generator, Nate Angell (@xolotl) described as:

…a day of service during MLK Day, Monday, January 19, 2009 where geeks will offer free technology and Internet communications advice and assistance to nonprofit organizations.

You need help, so what am I going to bring to the table, you ask?

  • Brand strategy, if you’re looking to align your organization’s culture, refresh your identity or work toward a new organizational focus, brand strategy is the perfect place to start.
  • Online communications, if you want to engage in this wild (but otherwise exciting) frontier, without repeating through the buzzwords and remaining true to your essence and principles.
  • Information design and accessibility, if you need any material where the information itself, not the design, need to be read and comprehended as quick and effectively as possible.

If you’re a non-profit, DayOn’s world class volunteers (no, really) will help with your technology, so you can focus on doing what you do best. Get started in three easy steps.