Click me

A Nonprofit Web Design Process

A Nonprofit Web Design Process Your nonprofit's website is crucial. It can be so much more than a pretty online brochure. 501O(3) 501 (CI3) .com Your nonprofit's website should not only look great, but also help you reach your goals as an organization. Your Goals Increasing volunteerism Boosting your fundraising Raising awareness of your organization Providing tools and resources to your community The Process While the process you go through will be tallored to your project, here's a potential nonprofit web design process to use as a reference. Search Engine Optimization SEO Google Begin with SEO research. The findings from this phase should be used through- out the remainder of your project to drive the "right" people to your website and broaden your reach as an organization. Content Content Writing or Editing Sitemap Development Now you need to tell your story. Build strong content that appeals to your visitors, gets them invested in your cause and com- pels them to get involved with your organi- Frustrated visitors don't donate or volunteer. Ensure you have the right pages and page titles, your content is easy to find and your most important pages are prioritized. zation. Design Initial Design Concepts You'll often get distinct design concepts that capture, in different ways, the desired look and feel of your new website. Then you choose which pieces of each concept you like the best. Full Site Design Your feedback on the initial design concepts is used to develop a full site design, including some additional pages for you to see. Final Site Design After getting your feedback on the full site design and making adjustments, you'll get the final site design for approval before moving into programming. * Programming Donate WEBSITE LAUNCH !

| Test Website Test Website Revision After all of your hard work, your new website is launched for the world Your feedback is used on the test Your designs come to life on a test website. Generally the test website will be kept private so you can see how it functions before the public website to make final adjustments. to see! gets a peek. Training If you'd like to manage your website, make sure you'll be trained on how to create content as well as use all the major features. Ask for a detailed training guide for you to reference in the future. lli Analytics Talk with you web company to see if they'll review your site's analytics with you a few months after launch. During this review, dive into your data to discuss what's working well and key areas for improvement to help drive your goals forward. LI WIREDIMPACT At Wired Impact, we bulld websites for nonprofits. Through our work with a variety of organizations we've developed the process outlined above. If you have any questions about building an awesome nonprofit website, please visit us at }}

A Nonprofit Web Design Process

shared by Wired_Impact on Dec 16
1 comment
Creating a new website for your nonprofit is a daunting task. There’s a whole lot to consider – from the look and feel you’re going for to what you want visitors to be able to do on the site. ...


Did you work on this visual? Claim credit!

Get a Quote

Embed Code

For hosted site:

Click the code to copy


Click the code to copy
Customize size