This is part one of a two-part series on nonprofit Web design. Part one focuses on content optimization and standard tools for nonprofit websites.
Your website might be one of your organization’s most important assets. A good site can clearly and beautifully communicate a lot about your organization’s mission, identity, and reputation to both your donors and potential donors.
We all know that we live in a new era of visual communication, so extend some of the principles of strong visual communication to encompass and support your organization’s entire online presence, including your website.
These crucial elements of a nonprofit Web design can create a simple and attractive online space in which the public can learn more about you, engage with your work, and donate to your cause:
There are plenty of examples of well-designed nonprofit blogs out there from which you can take inspiration, but put these tips into action for yourself! With a great website you can clearly communicate the value of your work, present a strong image to the public, and consistently attract new donors.