Based on data from 2016’s Fundraising Effectiveness Project, non-profits saw a small rise in revenue (5.3%) and donors (2.0%) in 2015. Despite that, bigger increases are something non-profits with empty pockets would welcome.
One way to do this is to make sure that your web and marketing strategy, a cornerstone of donor and stakeholder engagement, is keeping up to date with the latest. So, what, then, are the current non-profit digital trends?
Your website might have been innovative years ago, but today, it may be outdated.
Your site is usually where you make a positive first impression to potential clients, or for those researching further into your organization. If someone interested in your services visited your site today, would they see a modern platform or something that looks like it was made with GeoCities in 1996?
Here are some of the most common reasons clients often turn to our St. Louis web design and development for help. Continue Reading
The results are in and Hub & Spoke has once again captured multiple awards at the Graphic Design USA Web Design Awards.
Hub & Spoke, a St. Louis marketing agency that specializes in helping clients find focus through unique design and branding, was recently honored with two Gold awards at the 34th annual Healthcare Advertising Awards.
“Hub & Spoke has worked with medical and healthcare clients since our founding, and we’re honored that the work we’re doing is now receiving national attention,” said Dak Dillon, creative director at Hub & Spoke. Continue Reading
One of the most common questions we get from clients new and old days is how banks, financial institutions, non-profits and other organizations can get their websites ADA-compliant.
The idea of compliance and web accessibility is nothing new, but with new proposed enforcement, many companies will soon be (or are already) taking a harder look at the topic. Continue Reading
We’ve had a longstanding relationship with The Insurance Group, helping them with print design for proposals, benefits guides, along with web design for their various sub-brands and organizations.
Recently, we worked with their on-site gym and wellness facility, Optimus: The Center for Health, to create a modern and inviting gym website design. The website, which is built with WordPress as its content management system, uses responsive website design to ensure the site works on all devices, a feature lacking from the organization’s previous website, which debuted nearly 10 years ago. Continue Reading