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Posts for Category "websites"
Is your website living up to your standards for DEI? Where can you start to include accessibility in your web design? Here's how to listen to your site.
The RFP is dead, long live the RFI. Learn how to avoid common mistakes when issuing a Request for Interest.
Ring in the new year with these practical steps to creating a more inclusive and accessible digital experience for your users.
Learn the fundamentals to creating an eye-catching website that follows WCAG guidelines and is designed with the user in mind.
You may find the process of increasing accessibility at your organization overwhelming, but if you take the leap and start the conversation you can affect real change within your organization.
Are you sending the right message to your audience?
Quick steps every nonprofit needs to cover for the SEO success
You’ve heard the term. Now learn what you can do to make sure your organization’s website is accessible to all.
Worried about website security? Here are some steps you can take to protect your site
The process for how you tell your nonprofit’s story and how that information moves to your new site.
Not sure how to jump into the wide world of WordPress plugins? Here are five suggestions to get you started.
The basics of modular web design and why it could be the right approach for your organization.
How to prepare for updates to this powerful programming language.
What’s new with the latest version of WordPress and how you should prepare.
Four ways to determine if the time is right to redesign your organization's website.
About to complete a website redesign or switch to a new digital tool? Make sure your big moment gets the attention it deserves.
Seven steps to simplify website upkeep for your organization.
Firefly Partners specializes in WordPress CMS. Here's why.
Yes, WordPress is an amazing and powerful CMS. Keep it that way by avoiding these common mistakes.
We’re always on the lookout for new tools to help us keep websites in tip-top shape- whether it’s for a scheduled tune-up or major maintenance.
Knowing you’re going to live with your site for a while, it’s really important to get it right. We've got some things you should do BEFORE starting a web site redesign project.
Just when you get a great looking, user-friendly website launched it seems there’s another device that makes it look crappy. Decide what type of option will work best for your needs and budget.