A website is an invaluable tool for a nonprofit centered on arts and culture. Arts organizations are highly visual by nature, whether we’re talking about museums, children’s art education, performance organizations or art preservation. It stands to reason, an arts organization’s website should be visually appealing and current to best demonstrate their relevance in the arts space and put their money where their mouth is, so to speak. (more…)
Search engine optimization is one of the murkiest components of the website design process for many nonprofits. Sure, most folks know what a search engine is. Many likely use “Google” as a verb on a regular basis (“I’m not 100% sure, can you Google it?). But is search engine optimization, or SEO, worth the time and cost it’ll tack onto your website overhaul? (more…)
Our new website is live! After a bunch of late nights and weekends cuddled up with our computers, the new Wired Impact website is up. And we’re pretty excited about it.
In addition to overhauling the look and feel of the site to be more consistent with our branding in general, we’ve made some changes we’ve been looking forward to launching for some time. (more…)