User Experience

Responsive Nonprofit Websites
Web Design

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10 Well-Designed Responsive Nonprofit Websites

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.

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Usability Testing
Usability

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How to Test the Usability of Your Nonprofit Website

Most people feel great when they launch a new website.  And that makes total sense.  Come Launch Day, you’ve likely been working on your new site for months and thinking about it a whole lot longer than that.  Your vision is finally a reality, up on the web for the world to see. While launching…

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Nonprofit Website Myths
Marketing Strategy

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5 Common Nonprofit Website Myths Worth Debunking

Creating a website for your nonprofit can be complicated.  There are a ton of decisions to be made throughout the entire process.  As with any decisions, you’ll be making them based on some preconceived notions. When it comes to nonprofit websites, there are a few common myths I hear all the time.  I hear them…

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Nonprofit Mobile Website Navigation
Usability

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Nonprofit Mobile Website Navigation: Tips and Best Practices

This post is the second in our series on Nonprofit Website Navigation.  For the first post, check out Nonprofit Website Navigation: Tips and Best Practices. We discussed in Part 1 the importance of taking the time to thoughtfully craft your website’s navigation. But, what will this same navigation look like on a mobile version of…

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Nonprofit Website Navigation
Usability

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Nonprofit Website Navigation: Tips and Best Practices

Navigation is one of the most import building blocks to your nonprofit’s website. It’s one of the first items users see on your site, and it is the system that leads to all of your content. So, it stands to reason that your navigation needs to be as functional as possible. Now for the tricky…

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