Wed, December 18 2013

Redesigning your website? Read this.

Caryn Stein's avatar

Director of Content Strategy, Network for Good

Filed under:   Websites and web usability •

Last week I shared several ways to get your nonprofit’s website ready for year-end fundraising. Hopefully you’ve been able to put at least a few of these tips into practice. If a website redesign is on your to-do list for 2014, these elements should be top of mind. Of course, there is a lot more to consider when taking on a major website project. 

To help you understand the process, the folks at Wired Impact have created a nifty infographic that summarizes the key steps in designing your nonprofit website. Check it out below and post a comment to share what’s on your website wish list for the coming year.

Nonprofit Website Design Process Infographic from Wired Impact

(Can’t see the infographic?
Visit Wired Impact to download the full image.)

  • Comment: (3)   


Thank you so much for posting our infographic Caryn!  We’re thrilled to have it available on the Nonprofit Marketing Blog. Looking forward to hearing what folks have on their website wish list for the coming year.

Posted by David Hartstein  on  12/18  at  10:51 AM

Great infographic. You break it down and make this a lot easier to understand. Thanks!

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  12/18  at  11:29 AM

It is a nice infographic, although I would say that there needs to include audience analysis, user needs and key tasks. This leads into a list of content needs from which the site structure can be formed. Part of this would also involve a content audit of existing content including gap analysis. The development of a site architecture should also involve user testing.

Posted by Daniel Melbye  on  12/18  at  12:45 PM

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