non profit website design for Ronald McDonald House charities

Ronald McDonald House
Charities of Mid-Missouri Website Design

After originally working together on a new website in 2015, the Ronald McDonald House approached Hub & Spoke after a national brand standards update for a design refresh. Along with the design updates, we also worked with the Ronald McDonald House on a full Website Accessibility Audit, ensuring best practices for ADA compliance and Section 508 guidelines were met.

The Problem

When the Ronald McDonald House approached us for a second time, their existing website wasn't outdated, just in need of an update to ensure it continued to meet the organizations brand guidelines and standards. The update also gave us an opportunity to review the finer details of the site, looking for ways to improve.

How We Helped

With the new brand standards in hand, we worked to update the overall styling, including removing an under-used sidebar in favor of full-width content. During the updates, we also revamped the blog section, making it easier to use on all devices. The sites navigation also underwent a refresh, making it clear and concise for users.

Through our Website Accessibility Audit, we identified various issues for the Ronald McDonald House to address, such as broken links to content, missing descriptions and proper usage of headings. With our findings and best practices, RMHC was able to ensure their website continues to work for all users, no matter the device or disability.

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Technology Used

The Ronald McDonald House website is built on a Wordpress website framework with a responsive design, allowing it to work on all devices. Using Advanced Custom Fields and custom templating, we've been able to make the website flexible and easy to update for their employees and volunteers.