Nonprofit Tech Thursdays: They Made You the Webmaster?
You already have a full-time job and now you’re in charge of the website? It’s usually easy to change words (and make words bold or italic) but what about photos? You’re not a graphic artist but you have to take 20 pictures from a phone and put them on the website. What do you do? Join Sue Polinsky, President of TechTriad, a Triad web development firm now entering its 20th year, to learn a FREE way to rename, crop, resize and savephotos for your website. This painless Tech Thursday is designed specifically for Consortium members’ web graphics needs (“free and easy”). You can send one photo that you actually have to use on your website to firstname.lastname@example.org at least a day before the session and we’ll work on yours! What we will do: • Rename a photo (or several at once) • Resize photos to fit your website • Crop photos to provide the best look • Save photos at the right size for the web
Speaker(s): Lady Bizness, Dr. Susan Polinsky
Co-Sponsor(s): Guilford Nonprofit Consortium
Dr. Susan L. Polinsky is founder and president of TechTriad.com, founded in 1998, a Greensboro-based full-service technology firm that specializes in creating fabulous websites, complex database-driven sites, growing technology and online activity for small businesses, entrepreneurs and nonprofits. One of North Carolina’s oldest female-owned technology firms, TechTriad focuses on website development and Internet strategy for its clients. For thirteen years, TechTriad assists a Triad nonprofit each year with an “Extreme Nonprofit Makeover,” that includes a new website, technology upgrades and a social media strategy. In addition to being recognized nationally one of the original Internet strategists and WordPress experts online, Sue is a community advocate dedicated to improving the Triad. She serves on the boards of several nonprofits and civic organizations and helped conceptualize and deliver area economic development opportunities through showcasing area technology talent. Sue founded and recently retired as the volunteer Chair of ConvergeSouth for ten years, the Triad’s first technology and innovation conference that draws a national attendance. Sue is the mother of two wonderful grown children and an equally wonderful daughter-in-law, grandmother of two perfect little people and lives in Greensboro with her husband David, an attorney, with their rescued grand-dog, Mumfie.
Fee: No Cost