Creating a new website for your nonprofit is a daunting task. There’s a whole lot to consider – from the look and feel you’re going for to what you want visitors to be able to do on the site. Plus you have to find the right folks to turn your vision into a reality.
We know there’s no perfect web design process that’ll work for every organization. But through our work with a variety of nonprofits, we’ve put together the following process.
Before jumping into any web project, it’s important to figure out your goals for the site. After you’ve ironed these out, you can get into the specifics of bringing your website to life.
Using the Nonprofit Web Design Process
We don’t intend for this web design process to work exactly as outlined for every nonprofit. Instead, we hope that as you begin creating your own website, you can use this as a guide.
The entire web design process can seem pretty mysterious. It’s our hope this will help explain each piece and demystify the whole process in general.
We’ve found this web design process to be effective for the nonprofits we’ve worked with. While not every organization needs the exact same services, this has served as a nice starting point for us.
Sharing and Reposting
If you’d like to share or repost this process, feel free to do so. We just ask you shoot a link back our way. We hope you find it helpful.
And if you have any thoughts on the process or questions for us, please let us know in the comments below.