Once you’ve taken your cup of kindness yet for auld lang syne, you’ll probably want to start looking forward to what 2016 has in store – not only for your waistline or your wallet, but also for your business or organization.
Websites have come a long way in the past few years, and creating or updating your online presence can seem intimidating. Let’s take a look back at 2015’s top tips that will get you started on the right foot in 2016.
Written by: Staff | December 28, 2015
The giving season is upon us, and as marketing campaigns boost the idea of Giving Tuesday, many non-profit organizations may be asking how to make it easier on their donors to contribute. Most non-profit organizations have two main purposes for a website: raise awareness for their cause and solicit for donor support. Most websites do a great job on the former point, but often struggle with the latter.
Written by: Staff | December 1, 2015
Budgeting for the future is a great way to ensure your business stays relevant in a changing online environment. While it isn’t necessary to keep up with every web design trend, it is a good idea to budget for future maintenance.
Here are 5 things to plan for when budgeting for future website maintenance. Be sure to talk to your web developer to get an estimate of what these common maintenance tasks will cost.
Written by: Staff | July 30, 2015
Quick: What is the most important navigational element on your website? No, it isn’t the creepy pirate animated GIF pointing to content. It is your main menu.
The main menu serves a critical function on your website: It helps users find all the other content. A poorly designed main menu can be detrimental to your website and your business.
Here are a few major mistakes to avoid with your website’s main menu:
Written by: Staff | June 16, 2015