We are technical experts who build and maintain websites for nonprofits, advocacy organizations, and higher ed.

Our Clients Include

  • Columbia University School of Professional Studies
  • Stanford School of Humanities and Sciences
  • The New School
  • ActionAid
  • American Federation of Teachers
  • Disability Rights Florida
  • Shriver Center on Poverty Law
  • Brennan Center for Justice
  • Corporate Accountability

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Recent Projects

Stanford School of Humanities and Sciences

Stanford School of Humanities and Sciences

The School of Humanities and Sciences (H&S) is the center of a world-class liberal arts education at Stanford University, and they tasked us with a large scale Drupal 8 project using the build methodology that we've honed over the years.

Poets & Writers

Poets & Writers

To coincide with an upgrade to Drupal 7, Advomatic worked with Poets & Writers to refresh the homepage layout and site-wide styles, giving them an improved platform to highlight creative work and make it easier for writers to find the services they provide.


Why CMOs Are the New CTOs

In the past ten years—or even the past five—marketers have gained access to a wealth of new tools. You used to need to be a tech giant like Google or Facebook to do technology-centered, data-driven marketing. Now, all you need is a small team (and the right partners, of course).

So here’s the big question: Has your marketing department kept up with the changes?

Advotalk: WordPress or Drupal? Which is Right for Your Nonprofit?

WordPress and Drupal are both popular and powerful content management systems with unique features. This Advotalk will help you get clearer which one is right for you.       This conversation with Sarah Durham and Ochen Kaylan will take place February 4 2020, 2pm EST/11am Pacific in Zoom.  

Advotalk: Nonprofit Communications Engine

The Nonprofit Communications Engine, Sarah Durham’s new book, helps nonprofit communicators and leaders to leverage communications in order to advance their mission. In this conversation, Sarah Durham will define what “success” means for nonprofit communications regardless of mission or size, and unpack the six core elements necessary to achieve it.   This invitation-only conversation with