That’s the title of the latest post from the Executive Director of the Nonprofit Technology Network. The whole article is worth a read. Here’s the main point: I’m here today to remind you that technology is not going to save us. That may surprise you coming from the people who organize the biggest nonprofit technology … Continue reading ““Technology will not save us.””
Cancelled events. Working from home. Social distancing. These are unprecedented times for everyone, including nonprofit organizations. Here are some valuable resources for organizations trying to adapt.
This short advice I give anyone writing website content turns out to contain a number of important lessons about how people use websites and how we can serve them best.
2019 saw the launch of TEN different websites by MRW Web Design. Here they all are!
Some developers have been sharing a week of their work-related search history to show how often we all have to look things up. (The answer: a lot.) Here’s mine.
Celebrating the release of a small-but-important new plugin for the new WordPress block editor. I look forward to supporting it with my own Hawaiian Characters plugin soon!
A terrible phrase that does the job. What’s better?
A good podcast episode has me thinking about what it says that most privacy policies are complicated and hard to use.
I wrote a thing on a huge blog! It was super exciting [for me]! It also re-emphasized how writing is so valuable regardless of where you publish.
300 posts! 159,000 words! Almost 8 years. Let’s mark a fun milestone with some numbers and reflections.
Nonprofit organizations should care deeply about web accessibility, and recent studies show they’re falling short. Nonprofits must make web accessibility a priority to better serve their constituents and embody their values in their websites.
I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about the what helped me learn my craft. This post shares many of the sources that have helped me learn everything I know today and the websites I follow to stay up to date.
At the Nonprofit Technology Conference’s pre-conference day, the WordPress community put on four great sessions covering a wide range of topic and bringing together an awesome community.
A website’s design determines the width of text and, subsequently, how easy it is to read. That limit and the lack of “solutions” means filling a wide browser screen is nearly impossible. But maybe that’s ok.
After taking a strong stance that WordPress 5.0 shouldn’t be released in late November it was. Not it’s time to [briefly] look back and then speedily move forward.