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Webinar: 30 Essential Tips for Your Nonprofit - Strategy, Fundraising, Marketing and More!

This webinar will share 30 essential tips on how your nonprofit can use the Internet effectively–to maximize fundraising, marketing, communication, volunteer recruitment, search engine optimization, advocacy, and much more. You’ll learn what people should be able to see and do on your website. Learn more »

Webinar: Basics of Website Accessibility for Nonprofits

Unfortunately, we've had to cancel this webinar. We wanted to make sure you could still get some great tips you could use to ensure that your website was accessible to everyone, though. Check out some of our resources on improving your website's accessibility. Learn more »

Member Round Up: A busy September with new research, a cure for website obesity, and world literacy day

Submitted by Eileigh on Mon, 09/23/2013 - 1:55pm

Flickr: Juushika RedgraveFlickr: Juushika RedgraveThis past weekend saw the first offical day of fall which means we can all look forward to months of potted mums, candy corn, and annual conferences. This latest Member Round Up features lots of goodies, from tips on social media and email campaigns, to new research on impact investing and Idealist's funny obsession drawing a famous actor.

Webinar: Introduction to User-Centered Design

 If you’re redesigning or designing a system or tool that’s used by a wide variety of end users, this is the webinar for you. Get some great tips on how to introduce user centered design into your toolkit so that each user experience you roll out is simply easy to use.  Learn more »

Free Tools to Test Your Nonprofit's Website for Accessibility

Submitted on Mon, 8/26/2013 - 8:40am
People generally associate the topic of web accessibility with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), but I like to think of web accessibility as the practice of making websites with content, features and functionality that people of all abilities can access and use.

Webinar: Website Redesigns - Information Architecture, Wireframing, and Project Planning

 Are you thinking about doing a website redesign soon? Have you gone through a discovery process? Join us, and we’ll outline an effective approach to beginning a website redesign project that is often referred to as “discovery”. Using this thorough discovery process, you can help your organization set the stage for a new website that promotes engagement and focuses your energies and budget on functionality that truly supports your organization's mission.  Learn more »

Webinar: Need a New Website? Wait! Have You Gone Through a Discovery Process? Understanding Target Audiences, Content, and Features

 Join this webinar, where we’ll outline an effective approach to beginning a website redesign project that is often referred to as “Discovery”. Using this thorough discovery process, you can help your organization set the stage for a new website that promotes engagement and focuses your energies and budget on key functionality that truly support your organizational mission. Plan to join us again for a follow up on September 11 to continue to explore the website discovery process. Learn more »

Product Spotlight: The Mobile Nonprofit - Case Studies in How Charitable Leaders are Leveraging Mobility

 Join this free spotlight webinar to see how responsive techniques and platforms are helping charitable organizations leverage mobile to build branding, mobilize supporters, and increase donations. Learn more »

A Big Change Isn't Always the Best Change

Submitted on Fri, 7/26/2013 - 8:45am
In the two years since we launched our business, our website has been our main focus, going through daily changes and updates. Some of these changes are good and some are less than good. We are keenly focused on making small changes, everyday. That has been our philosophy from day one.

Surviving the Unknown Unknowns of Your Website Redesign

Submitted on Thu, 7/25/2013 - 8:00am
The start of your organization’s web redesign project is always an exciting time. The paperwork is finished, and your web team is buzzing excitedly about new possibilities. If you’re really ahead of the game, you’ve identified some goals and concrete ways to measure success. But how do you prepare for the things that you don't know that you don't know?