CEDC is a nonprofit that provides affordable communication services and meeting facilities to community and social justice organizations. Committed to the work of education through the empowerment of people, the Center emphasizes a strong sense of partnership in mission, a sensitivity to the diversity of experience, a willingness to engage in issues at depth, a collaborative style, and an attentiveness to communication strategy in the change process.

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JSEA.org JSEA.org

The Jesuit Secondary Education Association (JSEA) had a website that was not serving them as well as they needed. It was built using Moodle (for a purpose that Moodle was not intended for) and was not user-friendly. After redesigning their logo, we developed a brighter, cleaner site integrating Drupal and CiviCRM and implementing some of the features that were lacking in their previous site. Some of the features that visitors can now use include:

Banners for Convent of the Sacred Heart School (Greenwich, CT) Banners for Convent of the Sacred Heart School (Greenwich, CT)

CEDC has been working with Convent of the Sacred Heart School to create a unique set of banners for use along the school's main drive.  These banners took themes that unify education at Convent of the Sacred Heart, and expressed them in ways meaningful to students, alumni, parents, and faculty.  The large format banners are printed on sturdy vinyl treated for outdoor use, see the accompanying images to look at each banner individually. 

Religious Formation Conference (RFC) Website Religious Formation Conference (RFC) Website

We recently helped the Religious Formation Conference redesign and relaunch their website. They wanted a fresh design more in keeping with their branding and which was more vibrant and engaging. The site offers more value to their members through the members only area and will streamline their internal office procedures at the same time. The site is built in Drupal and will be fully integrated with CiviCRM for member management and donations in the coming months.


When ASPA decided to redesign its flagship newspaper, we turned to several expert graphic design companies. CEDC rose to the top because of its professionalism, cost efficiency and wonderful experience with nonprofits. ASPA was very pleased with the ideas generated by CEDC and specifically Beth in creating a new design for our newspaper. She was engaged and helpful by conducting careful research around our product, audiences and field. The final product has received raving reviews from our membership and we expect to see even greater impact with the new look.

  –Melissa Williams, MAPA, Director of Communications, American Society for Public Administration