Maximize your nonprofit’s impact with a strategically designed website. Our guide navigates through essential steps, from establishing brand identity to implementing engaging design, ensuring your site effectively narrates your story and elevates your mission to the forefront of audience engagement.
Looking to create a website that truly reflects your nonprofit organization’s mission and values? Check out Key Medium’s ultimate guide to nonprofit website design. Learn how to create user-friendly content, structure your site for maximum impact, and optimize for search engines. Get inspired by real-life success stories and discover how to find the perfect design team to meet your unique needs. Whether you’re just starting out or looking to give your current website a major overhaul, our guide will help you create a website that makes a lasting impression. Don’t miss out on this essential resource for building the best nonprofit website!
Discover the best practices for creating a high-impact nonprofit website that drives engagement, donations, and support to further your mission.
A quick and simple guide to integrated marketing communications (IMC) to help marketing teams connect all of their communications and messages to keep a consistent brand.
What UX Maturity is & why Customer Experience Transformation matters for purpose-driven organizations
What exactly is UX maturity? How mature are human-centered design practices at an organization and why does it matter? Read on to understand this and how UX maturity ties into the overall Customer Experience Transformation framework, and why it matters for purpose-driven organizations.
Writing for people first is critical for producing results, such as ranking on the top page in Google. Focus on the user and all else will follow!
Before starting your project, you need to understand your WordPress development project’s scope of work (SOW). Here’s everything you need to know about what should be included in your project’s scope of work.
Building or redesigning a website sounds scary and extensive. What to include, what not to include, how many pages, how many categories, how much will it all cost. These are just a few of the questions that may arise
In 2021, the three characteristics the top ten web design mistakes were ‘Evil, Stupid, and Lazy.’ Dive in to hear about why you shouldn’t have massive hero images above the fold because people need to have immediate choices and see what the site is about to learn and have a delightful browsing experience.