Design

The Purpose of the Homepage

When building a new website for a client we almost always start the design process with the homepage. We do this for a few different reasons:

  • For nearly all of our clients (primarily nonprofits, trade associations, and advocacy groups) the homepage is still the most popular page on the site.
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Best and Worst 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate Websites

The 2020 Democratic Presidential primary is in full swing.  As someone who used to work in politics and still builds website for a living, I have an interest in campaign websites and always check them out.  Given how wide open the race is, I decided to share my thoughts after reviewing the sites of all major 2020 Democratic Presidential candidates....

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2019 Super Bowl Commercial Review + Commentary

When you label something as “First Annual”, you’ve committed to at least a Second Annual and so here we are, soberly (well…) watching and reviewing commercials during the Super Bowl again. I don’t mind it though since I’m already sitting here and being responsible for a blog post means I can’t leave the couch for 3 to 4 hours....

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Fifteen Great Social Media Posts by Nonprofits

In researching our recent study on the use of social media by nonprofits, we went through a ton of Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter posts. Here are fifteen of the most successful and inspiring posts we saw.

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Wounded Warrior Project

The Wounded Warrior Project does a great job updating its social media presence. ...

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The Brick Factory’s favorite NFL teams

The NFL is back this week, so here is a quick summary of the rooting interests of some select Brick Factory workers.

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