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Welcome to the Accrisoft Blog. The purpose of this collection is to share our team's domain expertise with you to help you make the best website, digital marketing, and software decisions for your organization. We have decades of experience working with Associations, Chambers of Commerce, Economic Development Organizations, JCCs, Real Estate Associations, and Nonprofits. Our blog is regularly updated to featured new content to keep you and your organization at the forefront of technology. Because let's face it: The internet is the fastest growing industry ever known to mankind. It has completely changed the way that we all run our businesses and organizations, and there's no going back. With that being said, it is essential to adapt to this rapidly changing environment. While the internet has made our operations processes easier, the web is still a complex being that requires guidance, knowledge, and expertise. That is where we at Accrisoft come in to help guide the way.
In this blog, we will explore what pages and sub-pages should make up an EDO website's About Us section. As you go through each section, you will find a hyperlink and an image, showing one of our favorite websites that incorporates the best practice or content we are discussing.
In this blog, we will explore what pages and sub-pages should make up an EDO website's Living Here section. As you go through each section, you will find a hyperlink and an image, showing one of our favorite websites that incorporates the best practice or content we are discussing.
Knowing what content to include on your website can be just as important as how the site looks during the website building process. Many website design companies offer to develop and organize the content for your site as an additional service, but this can come at a large price.
Doing your website's content yourself can save you a lot of money, but it’s not as simple as throwing a few words on the page and leaving it up to the customer to figure out how to navigate your website. You want to carefully structure your website’s content so that it is intuitive, easy to quickly understand, and acts as a spokesperson for your economic development organization and region.
It’s time to create a new website for your economic development organization, and making a sitemap of how a user will navigate your website is the first step. It seems easy, but like visiting an unorganized and congested website, you don’t know where to start.
What a year it’s been already! The bar for what makes a website stunning has officially been raised. As we poke our heads out for Spring, we can take a look at what new website design trends are emerging and identify some of the best association websites of 2017 so far.
The overall website design is the first thing visitors notice when they land on your website, and this can easily influence their opinion of your organization. Obviously, it’s very important to have a up-to-date website built for users in order to make a good first impression. This blog covers both the basics and some in-depth tips on how to do best design or update your website this year.
It’s a new year, and you know what that means...a new lineup of the top design trends! We hunkered down and put in hours of research, and we found ten design trends for nonprofits to try out in 2017. Based on our research, it looks like this might be the year we start to see a significant move away from minimalism. Expect to see more purely decorative elements, more asymmetry, more color, and more animation. Gradients will continue to make their comeback, and so will serif fonts!
At this point, you have sent out a request for proposal (RFP) to various web agencies. Now comes the moment of truth – choosing a web development company to build the perfect website for your nonprofit.
If you sent out a well-prepared RFP, then you should have a few quality web development companies on your list of contenders to choose from.
But it can be tough to distinguish what makes one company stand out from the others.