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Numbers for the Cause is a company founded by a trio of guys in their mid twenties. Being collectively socially conscious, the idea for this comp… Read More
Numbers for the Cause is a company founded by a trio of guys in their mid twenties. Being collectively socially conscious, the idea for this company was to raise money through collateral sales and donations to donate proceeds to nonprofit organizations. We started by identifying who they were aiming to reach, and how they wanted to be seen by the public eye. Their current design solutions were not attracting any kind of attention. We identified four key attributes and focused on a demograph that is socially aligned, current on trends, and younger generations who enjoy collateral which comes with a purpose. This helped platform the design aesthetic and how they would position themselves visually to the audience. By rebranding their image, they immediately saw a tremendous pickup in attention on their site and began rolling in the donations and sales. Read Less
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Numbers for the Cause was founded by a trio collectively invested in supporting non-profit organizations. By raising money through custom screen-printed tees, a portion of proceeds are given as a charitable donation to nonprofit organizations. 
Struggling to gain attention, the current situation was assessed by identifying who they were aiming to reach, and how they wanted to be seen by the public eye. This helped platform the design aesthetic of rebranding their identity. 
A two-piece infograpic tells the story of what they're doing and how they are doing it. 
Keeping these infographics seperate, yet able to go seamlessly together, allows NFTC to use the appropriate parts of the infographic for their needs - whether it be a convention or booth, or for their online presence. 
As a result of this new look, they immediately saw a tremendous pickup in attention and began seeing a signifigant increase in interested and purchasing customers.
 
Find out for yourself about the program by visiting http://www.numbersforthecause.com