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New Year, New Web site

It’s officially 2019 and you are trying to organize and set goals for the year.  We have something to add to that list and it’s a new website. I know, I know, you all are busy and it’s a lot of work, but I’m telling you it’s worth it. Your nonprofit’s website is your biggest asset and you want it to be done right. Make 2019 the year of the website and to get started we have some pretty sweet tips. Click Here

Pasadena Educational Foundation was ready when they contacted us for a complete re-branding project. From the discovery phase through completion, Periscope Design worked closely with PEF to achieve their goals, a vibrant fresh look, that would increase community awareness as well as increase traffic and attract new users.

 
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Good design transcends.

Is your business struggling to find an identity and craving a polished look to present to the world? Are you overwhelmed with the task of working on your website and trying to make it look the way you want?  Or are you a new entrepreneur who wants a gorgeous styled brand and website from the very beginning but are not sure where to start? If any of these scenarios feels familiar… we understand you, and we are ready to listen, brainstorm and help you meet your goals.  Contact us today we would love to chat and learn more about how we can help you and your business!

 

 
 

New Year, New Web Site

Why Should Your Nonprofit Redesign Its site?

It’s Broke so Fix It 

There are a lot of signals that your site is due for an upgrade. One tell-tale sign is that your nonprofit’s site isn’t mobile-friendly.  You don’t have a lot of time to impress your potential donor, volunteer or new supporters and they aren’t going to be interested if they can’t see your website on their phone. I can tell you from personal experience if your menu doesn’t collapse, I’m out.  More than half the world’s population uses a smart phone and if your website doesn’t reflect that statistic then it’s time to reboot. Other indications that it’s time for change include poor user experience (UX), a high bounce rate or an overall outdated design. Basically, there a ton of signs that your website is due for an upgrade, so don’t ignore them!

It’s an Investment not an Expense 

Your nonprofit website is your best employee. It works nights and weekends so that you don’t have to. It establishes your credibility and expands your reach by presenting potential donors, volunteers, board members and the general public with information about who you are and what you do. It is also the nucleus for your online presence. It acts as the hub for social media, press attention and so on. If your website is linked by local media in an online article but looks sketchy (you know what I mean), then you are missing out on a great opportunity to expand your community of supporters.

Next, let’s talk logistics and getting it done right.

When approaching the design process it’s important to first brainstorm internally before taking your search to a third-party:

 
 

 Why Should Your Nonprofit Redesign Its site?

It’s Broke so Fix It 

There are a lot of signals that your site is due for an upgrade. One tell-tale sign is that your nonprofit’s site isn’t mobile-friendly.  You don’t have a lot of time to impress your potential donor, volunteer or new supporters and they aren’t going to be interested if they can’t see your website on their phone. I can tell you from personal experience if your menu doesn’t collapse, I’m out.  More than half the world’s population uses a smart phone and if your website doesn’t reflect that statistic then it’s time to reboot. Other indications that it’s time for change include poor user experience (UX), a high bounce rate or an overall outdated design. Basically, there a ton of signs that your website is due for an upgrade, so don’t ignore them!

It’s an Investment not an Expense 

Your nonprofit website is your best employee. It works nights and weekends so that you don’t have to. It establishes your credibility and expands your reach by presenting potential donors, volunteers, board members and the general public with information about who you are and what you do. It is also the nucleus for your online presence. It acts as the hub for social media, press attention and so on. If your website is linked by local media in an online article but looks sketchy (you know what I mean), then you are missing out on a great opportunity to expand your community of supporters.

Next, let’s talk logistics and getting it done right.

When approaching the design process it’s important to first brainstorm internally before taking your search to a third-party:

 
 

We are a small business web design company striving to create just the right website for each client. We can help you have the website that will not only look great, but meet the needs of both you and your target audience. We've been in business for ten years, and our clients know they can trust us for quality work and excellent support. Your goals are important to us, and we work with you to create the perfect design for every need.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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