The Nonprofit Centers Network's original website was built in Square Space, which does not offer the amount of flexibility they needed to really grab the attention of their uses and promote events and ideas.
They needed a fresh, modern and highly visual design. We developed a variety of custom graphics for much of the site. We also completely re-envisioned the user experience starting with the homepage.
The original website lacked any use of their branded colors and was overall too white. Starting on the homepage we grab the user with a prompt and give them choices separated by bold brand colored boxes. The client loved this approach, because on the original website it was hard to tell the services they offered without hunting for them.
Custom event listings were developed to help the client promote upcoming webinars and events. Wherever possible we also try and encourage the user to opt-in to a newsletter. In this instance we display an opt-in to be notified of future events.
There is also an event archive for users to browse and for SEO purposes.
Did we mention that we love to create custom graphics for our clients? On this internal page that outlines some of their services we used some slick visuals to help tie the page together.
The Nonprofit Centers Network team is always blogging about various different topics. The new blog design highlights on staff authors as well as guest authors.
Sharing and great graphics are always an integral part of a good blog. We think it looks great but not overwhelming.
Also, they are always are promoting upcoming events in the sidebar.
Our team was responsible for creating custom graphics and carrying their existing branding into a new design. Our web development gurus work hard to adhere to best practices for responsive/mobile trends, SEO and security challenges. We created a custom WordPress maintenance plan for them that we manage so they can stay worry free and up-to-date.
Custom WordPress Design and Development
- Web Design
- WordPress Maintenance
- WordPress Theme
1 - 3 months
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