Recently Washington University in St.Louis commissioned Syl Wilson Marketing to design a website for the “Safe Return to Schools” for children across the country with disabilities.
The website summarizes the recommended best practices for returning safely to school, based on information from the Washington University Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center working with staff at the Special School District of St. Louis County, Missouri through the COMPASS-T project.
It has been an honor to have been a part of such an important and vital project during these unprecedented times.
View the site here: https://lnkd.in/eAs7sVE
Another website launched! Congratulations to St. Louis Record Center on your newly designed fully-responsive website from Syl Wilson Marketing. Visit the site today: http://stlrecordcenter.com
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The campaign for Tishaura O. Jones for Mayor of the City of St. Louis requested a website in November of 2016. Syl Wilson Marketing delivered beautiful and professional website that was visually appealing and included several pages for users to sign up to volunteer, donate and contact the campaign.
Technology used to design: Adobe Photoshop, WordPress, ARForms Plugins
Client: Citizens to Elect Tishaura O. Jones
I was recently looking through many of the non-profit industries websites online. Just a random google search of about 200 sites. What I found was pretty disturbing. Of the roughly 200 sites I viewed I found only two that were designed well and had content that even applied to the services they were intending to push out. So what’s up with that? Do they not notice…that big elephant? If your in the non-profit industry and your website isn’t bringing in donors, then what is the point?
When you think about what type of content to put on a non-profit website, first consider this:
When designing your web page for content, you need to try to communicate who you are in the first 4 seconds. You need to express why a user should do business with you and tell how you make their life better. You should not just say “We do this and we do that”. You need to sell to the needs and personality of the visitor and provide action-benefit language and links. It is critical to appeal to Continue reading