Your website is not an Island
While websites are the starting point for many organisations, in our free to download ebook, your website should not be an Island, we explain five key reasons why your charity website should not be left alone and offer some practical tips to make the most of your website.
Seeing New Possibilities
We have worked with many charities to enable creative and innovative solutions to ensure their brand, fundraising and digital activities support and enable their organisational goals and stakeholder needs. Download our free eBook Your website is not an island, to see real examples of creative and immersive ways in which you can ensure your purpose is communicated with your audiences.
Your audience expect, and deserve, the same seamless, integrated and enjoyable experience from your charity as they receive from global names. We look at why it’s easy to argue that brand identity and purpose is actually more important for charities than it is for commercially-focused businesses.
Creating functionally rich experiences that bring services to your end users through integrated activities to enable you to do more for less. See real life examples of charities using tech to deliver services.
A creative digital approach to fundraising
Looking at creative delivery of technology solutions to address digital fundraising.
The power of community
Innovation through digital channels provides a community to engage supporters.
Building firm digital foundations
Learn the essential steps needed to reach Digital Maturity and achieve your goals.
Functionally Rich. User Focused. Perfectly Designed.
We’ve been designing and developing websites for over 20 years and our team of expert user experience specialists, web designers and developers are here to make your website work for you. Whether looking to test and improve what you have or start afresh we are here to help. Get in touch and see how.
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