Emily Taylor

teenyBIG

 

Member profile details

First Name
Emily
Last Name
Taylor
Company
teenyBIG
Title
Principal
Phone
773-414-1556
Address Line 1
3031 N. Elbridge Ave.
City
Chicago
State
IL
Zip Code
60618
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Company Overview
Do you find people getting ‘stuck’ in the process of engaging with your organization? Are people interested in your mission but not taking action towards it? Are people not realizing the full benefit of your services?
COVID-19 has changed the way we interact with others, but it doesn’t mean we can’t connect with them. Thoughtfully designed engagement paths and focused communication can help nonprofits build strong relationships with those who care most about their mission.

Emily Taylor, the principal of teenyBIG, is passionate about helping nonprofits find better ways to engage the people who matter to them. She guides teams in stepping outside of their day-to-day work in order to create stronger connections with their audiences, turning lackluster followers into enthusiastic supporters.

Emily teaches organizations how to apply human-centered design, a process that re-evaluates the experience of a product or service’s end-user. She designs and facilitates workshops to help teams understand and expand the user experience and offers coaching packages to further guide that process.

Have a question about how your audience can make a larger impact toward your mission? Reach out to Emily at https://teenybig.com/lets-talk
Services
Human-centered Design
Audience Engagement Coaching
Engagement Strategy
Empathy Interviews and Surveys
Collaborative Workshop Facilitation
Prototyping and Testing
Practice Areas (maximum of 3)
  • Capacity Building
  • Market Research and Strategy
  • Strategic planning
Client List
The Morton Arboretum
The League of American Bicyclists
BikePGH
High Speed Rail Alliance
She Leads Tech
Six Corners Association
Ragdale Foundation
Access Contemporary Music
Testimonial 1
"Emily took an overwhelming amount of information from our team, members, and research and helped me see the ways our ideas could be organized and fit into our mission and purpose statements."
- Alisha Wenc, Director of Programs at She Leads Tech
Testimonial 2
"I highly recommend Emily's work and process for anyone who needs design and concept development work to assist with messaging, branding, and conveying complex ideas visually!"
-Alexandra Canalos Castillo, Director of Programs and Strategy at Center for Changing Lives
Testimonial 3
“Emily’s process is top-notch and I loved how well she listened but also how she challenged us to think big and ask hard questions of ourselves.”

- Scott Bricker, Executive Director at Bike Pittsburgh
 

Speaker's Bureau Information

Topic 1
Creating Champions for Your Mission During COVID-19 and Beyond
Topic 1 Description
Has COVID-19 made it feel like people are ‘stuck’ in the process of engaging with your organization? Are people interested in your mission but not taking action towards it? How do you engage people when it seems like all of your current methods are on hold? Champions help you take action towards your mission – through support, advocacy, or skills - and having them means your organization can maximize its impact. In this workshop, we will teach the importance of using human-centered design to engage people and build the framework for an engagement ladder tailored to your organization. This tool will not only help you better understand how people increase engagement with your work but also how to guide people towards becoming stronger champions for your work.
Topic 2
Human-Centered Design Workshop
Topic 2 Description
What does it mean to have more voices at the table? As people expect more say in how they spend their resources, nonprofits need to rely more on listening to the voices of their audience. In this workshop, you will learn about the collaborative process of human-centered design and its benefits to nonprofits. We will walk through several tools that will help attendees listen, observe, and test new ideas that will help them achieve their mission.

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