You didn’t trade in your cool new sneakers for a pair of Crocs after you failed a few times learning to tie your shoes—we hope. Learning how to write your letters took time and lots of mindless copying of the same letter over and over (and over and over) again. And after you “mildly” nicked that tree/car/fire hydrant/family cat in your first junker, you didn’t resort back to having your mother drive you around. Like most things worth learning, they took time. But paid off big time in the end.
Your nonprofit’s website is no different. It may have a few rough spots, but if you’ve been paying attention this week, you have 7 fantastic tips on making your website design nice ‘n purdy. And we’ve got 3 more for you. Check ‘em out below.
10 Steps to a More Effective Nonprofit Website Design: Part 4 [NTEN]