Building a Fantastic Website
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In the age of the internet, there are few things as off-putting as a bad website.
Now, “bad” can translate into a lot of things—from non-functioning to unintuitive to just plain unattractive.
While a bad website can encompass a lot of elements, a good website, on the other hand, generally includes a number of pretty standard components.
Here, we’ll walk through 7 nonprofit web design must-haves that can turn any bad website into a compelling, engaging experience for visitors, including:
- CRM Integration
- Simple Design
- Easy-to-Use Navigation
- Consistent Branding
- Clear Donation Options
- Donor-Centric Content