When a non-profit’s website fails to realize its potential, whether at gaining donations or advocacy for a cause, it’s time for a redesign.
So, how do you put your best foot forward? Let’s look at 5 keys to consider when redesigning a website. Continue Reading
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The main goal of your nonprofit website is to raise support for your cause.
In order to do that, it’s important to incorporate certain design elements that help you engage visitors and make it simple for them to donate, volunteer, or support your organization in some other way. Here’s a closer look at some of the most effective elements that can boost your organization’s visibility.
When thinking about refreshing your nonprofit’s web presence, the goals for any nonprofit organization are pretty straightforward: you want to raise awareness about your cause and also convince people your cause is worth donating their time and or money.
Having a well designed website is a key component in promoting your nonprofit. It becomes part of your identity and brand. It has become common practice for potential donors to go check out a nonprofit’s website before making a final decision to donate to a cause or not, so this is increasingly important.
The goal of a nonprofit organization’s website is pretty straightforward. A nonprofit wants to present itself in a manner which encourages individuals and organizations to donate money, time or other resources to further their cause.
If you work for a nonprofit organization and you find yourself tasked with creating or improving your organization’s web presence, you probably realize that this isn’t as simple as it may seem. Not just any website will do, if you want to boost awareness for your nonprofit.
Every website (whether for a nonprofit or not) should draw people in, and tell them why they should care about your mission. In order to make this happen effectively, you should be aware of some important design trends for nonprofit websites.