A little over four years ago, my father died. He was, as many have said of him, a force of nature. Short and portly, with a dark shock of hair worn proudly wild, he told rambling, exaggerated stories. He overindulged. He played a passable clawhammer banjo. He sometimes alienated people with his strong opinions. But he was wildly creative, and the work he did in exhibit design left a permanent mark on his field. In the weeks following his death, I found myself wanting to document all this. So I built a website.
- 2013When I first joined Net Impact, the communications calendar was pretty darn straightforward. And then I blinked. Two years in, I was wrangling content for multiple social media channels, an active blog, various email newsletters, and netimpact.org. Coordinating nonprofit editorial calendars across so many channels is no easy feat, and our programming continued to grow. So I set out to rethink how we handled our communications calendar...