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You Can(va) Design It Too: Best Practices for Maintaining Your Canva Account

As designers, we love our fancy software tools. However, at Barefoot PR we also love Canva because it’s entirely more accessible and affordable for nonprofits and small organizations that might not have an in-house graphic designer or the budget for Adobe.  Canva is great for sharing designs between clients, team members and stakeholders. However, it […]

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What’s Trending in PR and Design in 2024

January calls upon us to explore how we might operate through a new lens. Maybe you’re starting a new workout routine, eating more vegetables, refreshing your communications strategy or trying to understand the full capabilities of AI. At Barefoot, our team is pondering what upcoming communications and design trends will influence how we think about

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Happy Holidays from Barefoot PR!

Get ready to unwrap some holiday cheer and hunt for Barefoot’s festive secrets in our “I Spy” puzzle! 🕵️‍♀️ Every design is a jolly delight, from our team’s holiday favorites to hidden office Easter eggs. It’s a Yuletide treasure hunt brimming with purpose! 🎁🐰🎄 Listen along to our curated Barefoot Holiday playlist while you explore.

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Website Redesign: Four ways to make a better, more accessible online impression

There are plenty of reasons to redesign your website, whether it be to begin fundraising online, enhance accessibility to comply with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), strengthen security, improve mobile responsiveness, enable new capabilities, or simply because it looks like it was designed during the days of dial-up internet.  No matter your reason, your website

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