Does Your Website Do Your Organisation Proud?
You should have a high quality, professional looking website that reflects the importance of the work you do. And it shouldn’t cost you the earth. Hands up if you do….
The Problem: Bad Design, Bad Content, Bad Sites
It’s hard to find a web designer who understands charities. As a mental health worker I spent seven years trying to find one who ‘got’ what we were all about.
It’s even harder finding one who can deliver a quality site at rates you can afford. As a small organisation we never had a big budget.
As a result the web is littered with poor charity websites. Bad design, bad content or just badly advised. It shouldn’t be this way but it is.
Every organisation that’s trying to make a difference in the world should have a site that reflects the good work they do and that they can be proud of. How do you expect people to use and support you if they can’t see who you really are and the difference that you can make to them?
The Solution: A Service Just for Charities
A charity web design service that captures the essence of your organisation and faithfully brings it to life online.
This solution draws on seven years experience of working digitally within the UK voluntary sector and analysing the website needs of small charities and their service users. It includes a tailored package of content and advice that will help you use your site to grow your organisation.
The Benefits: How Your Organisation Will Grow
Your online future looks like this. Through your accessible, well designed site that’s populated with high quality content your community comes to know, like and trust you more. They understand better what you do and how you can help them. As a result your service uptake levels increase and your supporters feel more connected and willing to help you out.
Through seeing their services portrayed so professionally your staff feel more respected and inspired. They feel proud to refer people to your site. Other services treat you with more respect and give you more kudos because they see how seriously you take your work. These benefits could, and should be yours. If you’re not getting them then I can help.
The Features: Pick and Choose
Here’s what you get with every site:
- Consultation and advice on how to create a site that will help your organisation to grow
- A high quality, user friendly site running on the “best of the best” WordPress frameworks and a choice of 46 themes so you get a site that is secure, functionally robust and looks amazing
- A really easy to use Content Management System that lets you and your team update your site’s content as often as you want.
- A minimum of 250 words of sharp, tailored content that engages your visitors and inspires them to action
- Full documentation, access to online video tutorials (via WPBeginner.com) and WordPress support forums – giving you more support, more self-management options and saving you more money.
On top of this I offer three packages to suit your needs and budget.
Gets you started
Ready to rock
See what’s included in each Functionality Pack by clicking here.
Don’t Know What You Need Yet?
I can help you work that out. Set up a conversation.
Why All My Sites Include Content Creation
Websites aren’t just about the visuals. The quality of your content says the most about who you are. It’s the deciding factor between a poor and an amazing site. Quality content creates sparkling results. That’s why each package includes the creation of personalised content based on lots of questions that I will ask you about your organisation.
If you need more words than are included in your package then just ask and you’ll get a special rate included within the overall price.
See Some Examples
Have a look at some of my recent work. Click on each image to see the full site. You’re already looking at one example.
Client: Comic Relief and Nominet Trust
Comic Relief and Nominet Trust’s Innovation Labs site needed a re-design and increased functionality so it could become the platform for a new £350,000 Grants Programme. Design included choosing a theme that fit their branding and setting up a members area for programme bidders. Content included seven pages of bespoke content, five videos and several downloads.
Client: Self initiated project
I set up Advocacy Funding as a support site for third sector advocacy organisations. Design included customised colours, logo, fonts and additional functionality. Content included ten pages of written copy, images and icons.
Get free advice on improving your charity’s website now by clicking here.