Is your nonprofit’s website feeling a bit tired? Maybe you need a refresh, but don’t have the budget or time for a full-blown redesign. Fear not! You might be surprised to learn that finessing a few little things here and there can have a big impact on the overall look and feel of your website. (more…)
With mobile device usage at an all-time high (and continuing to climb), having a responsive website is more important than ever. A responsive site makes for much better user experience across a variety of devices, meaning visitors will stay on your site longer no matter how they’re accessing it, and hopefully turn visits into conversions. (more…)
Writing great website copy is downright hard to do. It takes a shocking amount of time and is often riddled with frustrating roadblocks. In fact, when one of our web projects is delayed, it’s almost always because content creation is taking one of our clients far longer than expected. (more…)
There’s nothing more frustrating than making an update in your website’s content management system only to look at the website and your changes are nowhere to be found. Usually, this issue is caused by your web browser’s cache. So what is the cache? And how can you get rid of it so you can see your updates? (more…)
For many nonprofits, volunteerism plays a central role in the organization’s success. Many amazing volunteers give their time and their talent to support your mission. Most of the nonprofits we talk to are thinking of ways to use their websites to not only drive new volunteers to reach out, but also to better maintain relationships with past volunteers. Maintaining these relationships can further invest past volunteers in your mission and reenergize them to volunteer again. (more…)
Appealing to all of the audiences on your nonprofit’s website is a tall order. We’ve talked about the importance of knowing your audience before on this blog, but it’s not generally easy to do.
After much conversation, many organizations can whittle this list of audiences down to a couple of primary ones (say donors and those that utilize your services). (more…)