Anatomy of a Website Redesign

Members $125/Non-members $250

NTEN courses run for one week and are offered twice a year.

Mark has a lot of great information and is very knowledgeable. He also has a nicely paced presentation style and left adequate time for questions and comments, which is very helpful.
Former Anatomy of a Website Redesign participant

Course Overview

Planning

Identify the pieces of information you need to provide a developer for an ideal website outcome

Collaborating

Learn about the participants in a website project and their roles, and how you can facilitate, communicate, and work with all of them through the hard decisions involved in building a website

Analyzing

Use the website planning information to translate your mission, programming, and stakeholder needs into plans for a website

Description

The website design or redesign process can be intimidating: You know a good website can support your organization’s mission, but how do you get from needing a website to a beautiful, functional, mission-driven “.org”? Whether it’s built in-house or by a consultant or agency, you need to understand the redesign process ahead of time so you and your organization are prepared to get a website that works and lasts.

This course will teach you the high-level phases of a website redesign while providing tips for success and pitfalls to avoid along the way. The readings and presentation will focus on identifying and communicating the needs of your organization before other work on the project begins. Homework completed will directly apply to designing a new website or improving an existing one.

Presenters

Mark Root-Wiley

WordPress Websites for Nonprofits
Mark Root-Wiley builds WordPress websites for nonprofits and mission-driven organizations in Seattle, Washington as MRW Web Design. That work increases capacity for nonprofits working to improve education, the environment, social justice, and more.

Mark built and maintains Nonprofit WP to share best practices with low- and no-budget nonprofits building their own WordPress websites.

Mark is an active member of the WordPress and nonprofit technology communities. He has released many free, open-source WordPress plugins and one theme. He regularly presents about website best practices and web accessibility at the Seattle "WordCamp" WordPress conference, Seattle WordPress meetup, and other nonprofit technology events.

Beyond his website, you can find him on Twitter and Github.
Blended courses run for one week and offer a mix of self-paced and live events to offer both the flexibility you need with the personal connection you want.

Earn While You Learn - Professional Credits

In addition to our own Nonprofit Technology Professional Certificate, NTEN is an approved provider for a number of other professional credentials programs. This course qualifies for the following credits:

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3
1.5

NTEN Professional Certificate

CFRE

CAE