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

AdvoTalk: Behind the scenes – How a successful gala went digital

Sarah Durham (00:00:13): Hey folks. A bunch of people are starting to join us right now. We are officially going to get started in a couple of minutes while we wait for more folks to log in. It looks like a bunch of people are coming in. Now I want to just call your attention

Using Google Analytics to inform your content strategy: a beginner’s guide

Your website likely has hundreds of pages of content ranging from news stories and events to informational resources and staff profiles. It’s impossible to review all of it and constantly generate new content for each area. How do you decide where to focus your energy? In today’s data-driven world, site owners can achieve better outcomes

Who should manage your nonprofit’s website?

Only a few nonprofits had websites before the late 1990s. Those that did were pioneers, hiring “webmasters” to build and maintain them, often using early code bases and proprietary software. Boy, have things changed! Or have they?  Many people in an organization should meaningfully contribute to making an organization’s website clear, helpful, and useful. Programs

AdvoTalk: Iterate or overhaul?

  Sarah Durham (00:00): A few things about the structure of the Zoom Webinars. So we are recording and after today’s webinar, we are going to post the recording and a transcript of the recording on our website. We will also be sending it out. Usually we send out an email with any resources or