Nonprofits are rarely afforded the opportunity to use a single platform to implement their digital strategy. Business needs and historical requirements dictate that many projects require us to — somehow — create a cohesive user experience across multiple platforms, even when those platforms don’t provide us with extensive customization options.
It’s not necessarily a pretty job, but it’s not something we can ignore. Fortunately, there are tried and true ways to streamline the process and maintain as clean a user experience as possible. Yes, even when [Insert Terrifyingly Proprietary Company Name Here] is involved.
In this session, we’ll cover:
- Requirements Gathering: What systems are in play?
- Design: How can we create reusable components?
- APIs: Can we hide the 3rd-party systems altogether?
- Compromise: How can we change our perceived organizational needs to put users first?
- Governance: What are the human systems we need to consider?
- Post-launch: How can we prevent fragmentation of the experience after the solution is implemented?
You’ll leave with concrete strategies and tactics you can use right away — or adapt for your own needs.