Monthly Archives: June 2014

How the Right Nonprofit Website Can Save Precious Time

Like many nonprofits, First Nonprofit Foundation (FNF) has a small staff. Since joining the grantmaking organization in 2013, FNF’s president and CEO, Joe Geiger, has had his hands full qualifying grant recipients and administering grants. Until recently, his website’s main … Continue reading

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Designing a User Experience for Multiple Audiences: The Spooky Nook Website Case Study

What do a convention planner and a 6th grade baseball player have in common? If you’re hoping for a good punch line, there isn’t one. Unless they’re related, the two exist in very different spheres, complete with different vocabularies, goals … Continue reading

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How to Get a New Website on a Limited Budget

The furnace in my house is old. It’s so old that the last HVAC technician who came in to service it stood back and chuckled. He may have even said “Wow.” But I did get him to admit that it … Continue reading

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