Websites are the heart of a nonprofit’s marketing and fundraising operations. They’re where people go to learn about your organization. Your website should communicate everything someone should know about your organization. It should process donations, convert visitors into donors, and give a powerful first impression.
Does this sound like you?
- Your website content is difficult to update.
- Your website looks dated. It doesn’t serve the goals and identity of your organization.
- Your website is hard to navigate and is preventing people from finding the info they need.
- Your website looks bad or performs poorly on mobile.
- You want to highlight new content and drive more donations.
How can we help?
We design and build modern websites for nonprofits, foundations and purpose-driven organizations. Our goal goes beyond making a good looking website; we merge strategy, UX design and engineering best practices to help you boost fundraising, increase volunteerism, drive memberships and grow your organization’s reach.
Strategy & Goal Setting
Our process starts with a discovery and strategy session. Here we discuss your strategy and learn about your goals for the site. Together we determine fast and effective ways to accomplish these goals.
Poor usability kills otherwise amazing websites. You could have the most beautiful website, but if your audience finds it difficult to use, you’ve got a dud on your hands.
We take the time to identify the users and use cases, and work with you to define and streamline their experience based on the goals you have for each of them. We create wireframes and mockups to validate our design assumptions.
Agile Web Development & Expert Advice
We keep up with the latest web trends, and we bring those ideas straight to you. We will educate you on the different technology options and explain why they are a good choice.
Our highest priority is client satisfaction. We deliver software early and frequently. We welcome changing requirements to produce a better end product. We run meetings to share information, clarify requirements and make decisions.