In 2022, I launched two major redesigns and countless other projects along with one human being. It was quite the year, and here’s the recap.
Day 1 of the 2022 conference included a keynote all about technology in nonprofits, a presentation by one of my clients, and a brand new name and logo for Washington Nonprofits!
In 2021, I launched eight websites for clients new and old. They each posed interesting challenges that resulted in a unique array of sites I’m proud to share.
In 2020, I launched eight websites for clients new and old. They each posed interesting challenges that resulted in a unique array of sites I’m proud to share.
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.
There are great events coming up this month, June, September, and November. Get them on your calendar, learn more about the web, and come hang out with me!
I’ve been busy. That means I have lots of interesting things to share (including an award!) and an announcement about this blog.
November 17, 2016 from 12:00-1:30, I’ll be presenting “Web For All: Building Better Websites with Web Accessibility” at 501 Commons. This is a free event for all nonprofits! Please come and bring a friend.
This is post 5 of 7 in the series “MRW Web Design Chronicles” One of my favorite blogs, CSS Tricks, publishes a “chronicle” every once in a while to publish updates about what the author is up to. It’s a great idea and I’m going to steal it! The MRW Web Design chronicle will get … Continue reading “Chronicle V”
Congratulations to 501 Commons on the launch of their long-awaited, mobile-friendly and streamlined refreshed site design!
Two presentations, a site launch, someone using my free theme, a new WordPress Seattle chat room, and Lean Coffee for fast and fun conversations!
Two events for nonprofits using WordPress with a bonus third are all next week in Seattle. I hope to see you there!
I recently presented on “How to Pick a Plugin.” A lot of time went into thoughtfully walking people through the process, so I want to share the tips (and an exciting update to one piece of the presentation) with a broader audience.
A free WordPress-for-nonprofits event and free WordPress plugin! What could be better? (Answer: Getting back to work on paying projects!)
Using Thanksgiving as an excuse to give shoutouts to the people, organizations, and communities that make what I do possible.
I did a bad thing and didn’t post a 2013 kickoff blog post despite intending to. But that doesn’t mean I haven’t been building sites and plugins. Check out these new fun webthings, including one new addition to my online portfolio.