Opportunity for a graphic designer to gain international exposure/ audience



My e-book on story writing ‘How To Say Your Story. A manual for South Asia’s NGOs, CSR teams & Government agencies on communicating through written stories’ has received good response from a worldwide audience.

I released this e-book on a few platforms including facebook and Linkedin in late July this year. Almost all the recipients of the e-book have wrote back saying they have benefited from its content. There have been requests for this e-book from NGO communication people from around the world – Botswana, China, Belgium, Indonesia and US to name a few, apart from requests from within India. I am glad; my purpose of spending time on this is being served.

I now plan to network with my contacts, individual NGOs, CSR teams of companies as well as civil service officials across the Indian subcontinent – India, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka, to help it reach bigger and needy audiences.

I originally designed the e-book with my limited Photoshop ability, but would like to take it to the next level. If any one of you is a graphic designer (or if you know one) and have the time and intent to volunteer, I invite your help to revise its design. I am looking for a simple design and have ideas and links to couple of similar works.

What will you get from this?
This book is my voluntary, non-profit effort to help solve the various social, environmental and health issues plaguing the poor and downtrodden in South Asian nations. I am distributing it for free. Hence I am unable to pay any fee in case you decide to help me redesign it. But your work will be seen by an international audience along with your name and contact. This will be an excellent ‘to have’ on your resume helping you career in the long run. Plus, you can derive pleasure that your time and skills will help those working to tackle the urgent issues in development sector – from reducing infant mortality and improving women's rights to increasing enrolment of impoverished children in schools, across south Asia and even beyond. If this sounds exciting and if you have 3 to 4 weekends to spare, please email me at tumkurameen AT gmail.com

Look forward to hear from you.

Best regards,

Ameen Ahmed


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