Website projects are like snowflakes: they have a lot in common, but each is also a little different. And when you’re talking to folks about how to build, upgrade, or migrate your organization’s website, the proposals you receive may outline vastly different approaches, prices, and pricing structures. They, too, are like snowflakes. There are a …Read more »
What are you saying in the accessibility conversation?
Let’s face it, accessibility is a topic that your organization is involved in whether you’re intentionally focused on it or not. If your website meets most guidelines, great! But since accessibility is not a one-and-done thing, what else can you do to make your website even friendlier, more helpful, and better? If you have not …Read more »
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 …Read more »
AdvoTalk: What should you do with your Drupal 7 website?
Sarah Durham (00:02): Hey everybody. Welcome to today’s webinar. I am Sarah Durham, and I am going to briefly introduce my colleagues. They will talk a little bit more in a minute and also we’d love you to introduce yourself as people start to arrive. If you are comfortable doing so, you’ll see a …Read more »
Adding a WYSIWYG to text fields in Drupal 8 and 9
Need to convert from plain text to formatted text? Learn how to add a WYSIWYG editor to a plain text field in Drupal 8 or 9 with a few lines of code.Read more »
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 …Read more »
Facing Drupal 7’s end-of-life like a tech rockstar: a nonprofit’s guide to success
Things aren’t going the way you planned. We’re now in a recession, the pandemic has caused unexpected challenges, and your budgets have been cut. Welcome to the summer of 2020. Still, your website is more important than ever. Your donors, clients, members, and advocates are expecting it to be up-to-date, easy-to-use, and bug-free. To add …Read more »
Launching a new website during a crisis — Is this the right time?
You were just days, or weeks, away from launching your organization’s new website — the one you spent months reorganizing, redesigning, rewriting — when crisis hit. Now it’s tough to tell: do you launch the website even though it feels like your celebration will be swept away in more pressing news? Or do you wait …Read more »
Can you continuously improve your website?
Transcript Sarah Durham: Welcome back to the Smart Communications Podcast. I’m your host, Sarah Durham, and I’m here today with Rory Tucker. Welcome Rory. Rory Tucker: Hey Sarah. Thanks for having me. I’m pretty excited. Sarah Durham: I’m going to give you all a little bit of background about Rory. He is on the team at Advomatic. Advomatic.com is …Read more »
Adapting your organization’s website during a crisis
An organization’s website is the first place people look for information, connection, and support – especially now. Here are a few recent examples and lessons learned. Help people find what they need fast. If you have regularly updated news or information to share with your audiences, add a special announcement bar at the top of …Read more »