With the help of 51 poll respondents and 13 questions for me about websites, I’ve got some clarified thoughts for how nonprofits can best improve their websites.
I enjoyed four great sessions on the first day of the Washington State Nonprofit Conference about remote work, nonprofit structures, “nice racism,” and world-class websites.
Day 3 of the 2022 conference brought a keynote about a local equitable housing initiative and my web accessibility Ask Me Anything session. Plus, online conferences are still hard on attendees.
Day 2 of the 2022 conference saw me attend one session about improving facilitation that fosters racial justice through “micropractices.”
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!
I always tell my clients that they need to celebrate their victories. So it’s time to follow my own advice. Building off my site launches from last year, I wanted to quickly recap some of the other exciting things I did and built in 2021.
FAQs are underrated and usually terrible. How can those two contradictory things both be true? I have thoughts.
There are almost no universal must-haves for a nonprofits website. Organizations need a site that has just enough information and the bare-minimum features required to support its mission.
The third and final full day of the Washington State Nonprofit Conference was filled with big picture thinking about the role of nonprofits and how to effectively move organizations toward justice, diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility, and belonging.
The second full day of the Washington State Nonprofit Conference included a really engaging conversational keynote, my nonprofit website Ask Me Anything, and a session on photography.
I’m actively participating in the Washington nonprofit community at the 2021 Washington State Nonprofit Conference. The sessions I attended on the first full day were focused on historic racism in the nonprofit sector and philanthropy and what we need to do about it.
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.
Last week, I had the pleasure of giving a new webinar for Washington Nonprofits. It covered a lot of information in just under an hour, and we got great feedback! So nice to be reassured that a SIMPLE start is o.k.! The site can grow over time! Webinar Participant The presentation specifically speaks to smaller … Continue reading “Website Basics for Small Nonprofits Webinar & Slides”
A much belated update on upcoming events, personal life, and work life.
Yesterday I attended the Washington State Nonprofit Conference for the first time. As I often do, I wanted to quickly report back on what I did and some quick takeaways. Beth Kanter on Nonprofit Self-Care & Burnout Beth Kanter was the morning plenary speaker to kick off the conference. She talked about burnout among nonprofit staff … Continue reading “WA State Nonprofit Conference: Quick Wrap Up”