6 Nonprofit Web Design Mistakes to Avoid in 2021

 

Your website should be something that elevates your message and showcases your nonprofit as a trustworthy organization. However, due to (unfortunately common) budget constraints and stretched thin marketing teams, sometimes your website sends a message that you don’t even realize. 

To bring attention to this issue, here are a few bad habits we often see in nonprofit web design. 

1. Not Mobile Friendly

If your website still isn’t mobile-friendly in 2021, you are officially missing out. More traffic than ever is happening on handheld devices. With the rise in social media, all your hard work raising brand awareness may be falling flat if your website isn’t prepared to handle mobile traffic. 

WHAT TO DO

If your website isn’t mobile-optimized at all, maybe it’s time to switch website platforms or even time for a complete redesign. Today, most website platforms offer mobile optimization out of the box, so gaining a mobile-friendly site is an automatic perk of a redesign. 

Or, if your website is optimized for mobile but isn’t performing well, it’s time to take a look at the design elements you’re using and make some adjustments. 

 
Your website should be something that elevates your message and showcases your nonprofit as a trustworthy organization. However, due to (unfortunately common) budget constraints and stretched thin marketing teams, sometimes your website sends a message that you don’t even realize. 
To bring attention to this issue, here are a few bad habits we often see in nonprofit web design. 
1. Not Mobile Friendly
If your website still isn’t mobile-friendly in 2021, you are officially missing out. More traffic than ever is happening on handheld devices. With the rise in social media, all your hard work raising brand awareness may be falling flat if your website isn’t prepared to handle mobile traffic. 
WHAT TO DO
If your website isn’t mobile-optimized at all, maybe it’s time to switch website platforms or even time for a complete redesign. Today, most website platforms offer mobile optimization out of the box, so gaining a mobile-friendly site is an automatic perk of a redesign. 
Or, if your website is optimized for mobile but isn’t performing well, it’s time to take a look at the design elements you’re using and make some adjustments. Read MoreArcStone Blog

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