So, you’ve decided that your nonprofit website is due for a redesign. Get ready for an exciting, action-packed few months! Redesigning your website is a big undertaking, but when you take it step by step, it’s totally manageable. For many nonprofits, one crucial first step must happen before you can even get the project off the ground: You must convince your board of directors (or leadership team) that redesigning your website is a good idea.
It is my strong belief that the Internet is the fastest moving industry humankind has ever experienced. That's why it's so important to regularly update your website. This blog post is the introduction to our new series on the 5 steps of redesigning your nonprofit website.
Saying that something is "the best" is such a subjective statement. Everyone has their own idea of what it means to be the best. But when it comes to websites, there are always going to be current trends that will dictate which websites are up-to-date and which aren't. In this post, we've used these latest trends to make our picks for 10 Of The Best Association Website Designs of 2016. So if you are in the beginning stages of redesigning your association website, we encourage you to use these 10 websites as your inspiration!
Today, let's explore what continues to be one of the hottest trends in both the marketing and web design world—video! With Cisco predicting that video will account for 80% of all consumer traffic by 2019, it is undeniable that this trend is here to stay. In this blog post, we’ll talk about the benefits of incorporating video into your association’s website strategy. In particular, we’ll discuss how replacing stagnant images with video will increase audience engagement, boost SEO, and drive more website traffic.
One of our favorite things to do on this blog is keep you, our loyal readers, up-to-date on the latest website design trends for nonprofits. We've put together this nice and tidy list of 6 new website design trends that we believe nonprofits can (and should!) embrace. At the end of this post, we've also snuck in 3 not-so-new-but-still-very-important design elements that we want to make sure are on your radar.