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 »
Monica-Lisa has been working in and with the nonprofit sector for nearly 20 years. She has managed many web projects as a nonprofit staff member, then within agencies providing digital services to nonprofits before joining Advomatic in 2014. As VP of Client Services, Monica-Lisa manages Advomatic’s developers and project manages our most complex engagements. She lives in Brooklyn where she plays a lot of music, makes art, and runs a soccer league for beginner adult players in Prospect Park.
Posts by Monica-Lisa
How do you organize and present your feedback in a way that’s clear, concise, and gives your vendor what they need to do their best work?Read more »
A web project starts long before the actual kickoff. Even before you secure the budget and go in search of design and development shops, there are several things you can do to get your organization ready to go and set up to have a faster, smoother, more successful experience.Read more »
Two weeks ago, the Advomatic team divided up and went to both Drupalcon in Nashville and the Nonprofit Tech Conference in New Orleans – they happened at the same time this year. (A few of us went to both!) The short story is: We had a great time and met a lot of people and …Read more »
Here in the US, November 8th, 2016 is a stressful day. Advomatic can help you with that. Our solution is not quite technical, but it is tech-flavored. As our development team was working trying to work weeping with despair and horror talking today, we were looking at one of our project management tools (Pivotal Tracker). Someone had added what …Read more »