Nonprofit Web Design
When you hear the term “navigation” in regards to a website, it’s referring to how users get from point A to point B. Every website has a navigation system.
Nonprofits have a powerful tool that can be extremely worthwhile when used wisely: storytelling. Let’s learn how to tell stories that resonate with others.
Did you know that of the 88% of nonprofits with a website, nearly three-quarters of them use a low-cost or no-cost solution for their site?
Do More With Less—it’s the calling song of the entire nonprofit sector, or so it seems. But you could be making a huge mistake with your nonprofit website.
I understand how difficult it is for a nonprofit to do proper planning and research. But they’re crucial before building a new nonprofit website.
Google recently announced it was altering its search algorithm to favor mobile-friendly sites. As more users move to mobile devices and tablets, pages need to be responsive and adjust for whatever size they are being displayed. Unfortunately, based on survey results conducted by Nonprofit Hub, nonprofits have a lot of work to do to make sure their websites still appear near the top of the search results on Google.
Websites for nonprofits are an organization’s central nervous system. It’s the core center of your brand; everything you do should point back to or be reflected on your site. And the last impression you want to give is that no one’s home. This is where vitality comes in: I define it as “the perception of fresh content.”
Now that you know how to create successful nonprofit landing pages, let’s talk about the pitfalls to avoid.
There’s no doubt that in order to secure more donations for your organization, your website needs a responsive website design. But don’t stop there. Here’s why you need to keep focusing on mobile.