The Nashville Chapter of the Religion Communicators Council (RCC) meets monthly to learn from one another and hone their skills in public relations and communications. This month, members will get a crash course in basic design.
Horton Group in Nashville is to host the Religion Communicators Council (RCC) for a seminar in “Basic Principles of Good Design” on February 18th over lunch.
Horton Group is a Nashville-based web, mobile and marketing agency founded in 1996. Horton's full marketing services include creative web design, web development, mobile app development, internet marketing, search engine optimization (SEO) and strategic business planning. According to its website, “Horton Group builds websites and critical marketing tools for effective communication on the internet and beyond. We help our clients with custom lead generation and search engine marketing tools.”
So in February, Horton Group will help religious communicators learn more about the principles of good design from Senior Designer Corey Lamp. Lamp is a graduate of Western Kentucky University, though he began his studies in graphic design long before college years. His biography online describes, “…a boy who turned his math book into a sketchbook…” and, “…creating websites in Photoshop ‘for fun.’”
“Our group couldn’t be more excited to visit Horton Group and learn from seasoned professionals,” says Rev. Brian Fesler, President of the Nashville RCC Chapter, “the objective I have for RCC is to provide forums of professional development for the members, and this lunch meeting will be an excellent opportunity for designers to improve their craft.”
The meeting will take place on February 18, 2014 over lunch at the Horton Group offices. Interested religion communicators are encouraged to attend, and join the RCC.
The Religion Communicators Council (RCC), founded in 1929, is an interfaith association of religion communicators at work in print and electronic communication, marketing and public relations. Members of the RCC come from many different religions and backgrounds including Christianity, Judaism, Baha’i Faith, Islam and Scientology, among others. For more information, visit religioncommunicators.org. For more information about Horton Group, visit hortongroup.com.