Advomatic helps nonprofits, higher ed institutions, and other organizations build, improve, and maintain feature-rich, high-performance websites.

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

Columbia University School of Professional Studies

Columbia University School of Professional Studies teaser site screenshot Details about the work we did for Columbia University School of Professional Studies

Columbia University School of Professional Studies

The goal of the SPS website redesign was to boost the cachet of SPS as one of the premier institutions for executive and professional higher-ed programs.

The Newark Museum of Art

The Newark Museum of Art teaser site screenshot Details about the work we did for The Newark Museum of Art

The Newark Museum of Art

Advomatic updated the colors, fonts, common elements, and a few other elements of The Newark Museum of Art's website. With a new bright color scheme, it definitely created a “refreshed” website. 

Insights

The art of linking

The Internet depends on connections – between computers, between people, between ideas. Links, or “hyperlinks” as they were originally called, are a basic tool for creating these connections. Yet so many websites offer unfriendly pages because their links are poorly written. Visitors can miss important content or be sent on wild goose chases. Those scenarios

Donate now: 4 ways to ensure your online donors don’t get lost on their way to giving

Nonprofit websites, just like the organizations behind them, vary in mission, size, and complexity. But almost every nonprofit’s website has one goal in common: it aims to make donating online easy. For some organizations, this might even be the website’s most important job.  Here are four ways to ensure that your website’s visitors who are

How can you make your website friendlier and more accessible?

Sarah Durham and Amanda Luker discuss how to constantly improve your website, create different ways to experience content, and run accessibility audits of your nonprofit’s website. Learn how you can make your website friendlier to all users, including those who are differently-abled. Sarah Durham: Welcome to the smart communications podcast. I’m Sarah Durham and I’m