So you’ve decided to get a new website for your nonprofit. How in the world do you get started? How do you decide what to do first, how to organize your content, what style to use, or whether you should change your logo?
Luckily, there’s an expert out there just for you: a User Experience (UX) Designer.
What does a user experience designer do? He/She is like the interior designer for your website, deciding which information will go where, organizing content into folders and subfolders, and choosing the overall layout of colors, fonts, and styles on each page.
In the UX phase, your designer will take a look at your site from the visitor’s perspective and organize content based on their unique needs and goals. Read more to find out the 4 benefits UX will bring to your nonprofit website, plus you can take a look at our new UX infographic!
4 Benefits of Good UX for Your Nonprofit Website [INFOGRAPHIC]
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