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Happy 2018! It’s time once again to share the newest website design trends, so you can stay up to speed on the latest and greatest in the industry.
If you are a chamber of commerce, association, or non-profit website owner, these design trends are great to keep in mind for content updates or upcoming redesigns.
It’s the question that organizations are asking more often as the Internet grows each day – how much should I spend on a website? How much of my budget should be allocated?
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.
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.
A website RFP is sent out by your organization to dozens of web design agencies in order to determine the best agency suited to meet your website needs. It also gives the website company a chance to understand your project better.
One of the most common questions we get is, “How much does it cost to build a new website?
It depends. A website can cost anywhere from $8,000 to $80,000 depending on your requirements.
A better question would be, “How much does it cost to build YOUR new website?”
Creating a brand new website for your company can be very exciting. New colors, big pictures, and fancy responsive designs all capture the imagination. But all of the excitement quickly wears off when a site still hasn’t been launched after a few months. The look and feel is a big part ...