Non Profit Website Design –
Custom Built & Easy To Manage.
Every website we create for our nonprofit partners is fully responsive to allow optimal viewing in all device sizes, designed with an “action first” mindset and have administrative areas that are customized to make your daily management as easy as possible. We understand the challenges, requirements and limitations non profit groups have and we work hard to make sure every website we build for our nonprofit clients is completed on time, within budget and with 100% client satisfaction.
What do we think is key to a successful relationship with our non profit clients?
We Work Like Dogs To Make Clients Happy!
Nobel Women’s Initiative
Director of Outreach & Education
Why WordPress Is The Right Choice For Your Non Profit Website!
Our expertise is in working with WordPress and pushing it to its limits to meet client needs! When creating websites for non profits we do an in-depth analysis of the functionality you will need and create a plan that will provide you a website that is not only beautiful and functional on the front end but has an intuitive back-end to make updating easier.
What Makes 2 Dogs Media Different?
Over 10 years experience developing complex WordPress websites.
Unique customized administrative areas for easy updating by non-technical staff/volunteers.
Limited projects at one time allow for exceptional communication and quick turnaround times.
We have fun! We take the stress out of the web design process and make it a great experience.
Do You Have A Non-Technical Staff?
We Have A Non-Technical Solution!
Our video will give you a peak into how we create a custom admin on nonprofit websites that we build, allowing for the easiest way of managing content. Our WordPress admin pages are created in a way that allows more complex page layouts to be easily maintained with fields for each piece of data on the page. These pages are typically created for the home page and any interior pages that may have more complex layouts. The advantage to doing it this way is that it makes it easy for teams to do the updates by just putting content in the proper fields – then it “falls into place” on the front end. While it does take us more time to create this functionality – we know ultimately it will be a big time saver for nonprofit organizations.