I have been not blogging as much as I have been busy working on a project for Princeton Community Works. The group enables non-profit boards, staff and volunteers to work together more effectively by networking, developing skills, and raising community awareness, and it serves the large, diverse non-profit and volunteer community in central New Jersey.
I am proud to announce that last Friday, the group launched an entirely upgraded and revised website. I worked with a small number of the group’s leaders to go through the process of site planning, prioritizing, designing, and gathering and creating content. Then I put it together for them.
The new site meets their goals, which were these, among others:
- Bring website on new hosting service
- Update WordPress and have a more secure online environment
- Be mobile and tablet friendly
- Inform, engage existing audience – planning committee, volunteers, speakers & participants
- Attract and engage new audience – bring new people to the annual conference
- Have a year-round online presence that is polished, professional
- Engage with social channels and email
- Serve as a digital archive of past success
I encourage you to explore the new site at www.princetoncommunityworks.org. And plan to attend their conference in January if you are in the area.
After all, though, the design difference is the most striking at first. Here’s the before and after images.