Think of your website as a store. When you walk inside, you should feel safe and comfortable in a reputable establishment, one that’s well-maintained, provides a delightful, frictionless experience, and is responsive to the customer’s needs. Without these things, you won’t be spending your time or money inside. Donors and constituents of your[…]
I don’t know about you all, but I love tiny things. My favorite of course being a tiny pig in rain boots, but my second favorite tiny thing is a microsite. We get a ton of questions about microsites from nonprofits so we are here to settle the score. First, for those of you who don’t know and are currently asking “what the heck is a microsite?”, we got[…]
On average, retention rates are lower through online channels that offline.
One reason for this could be a lack of seamlessness between online donation pages and the donor databases that constituent info is fed into. Not only can it give the donor a bad experience, but it can also create a lot of work for the fundraiser.
Here are three tips for ensuring[…]
We are here to make an argument, an argument about font. When font only existed in print, it was easy. Designers knew that the design they created was going to appear as they wanted it to. Enter the modern era, the era of web design where type renders differently on a screen. There are a ton of different things that affect how text will show up from[…]
It’s officially June and that means it’s Pride Month. For those that don’t know, each June we celebrate our fellow LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex and HIV/AIDS +) earth dwellers with a month of love. Although Pride started only as a one-day celebration, it’s grown to encompass a month-long series of events celebrating LGBTQ[…]