How Did Charity Water's Site Help them Raise 30 Million Dollars?

How Did Charity Water’s Site Help them Raise 30 Million Dollars?

April 13th, 2017 / marisaporter / 0 comments

Charity Water is one of the most successful and well-known charities today. I believe one of their reasons for success is that they’re young. Older charities often have trouble embracing new ways of connecting and fundraising, because they are afraid they’ll lose the ground they already have. Charity Water is a millennial-started organization, and they […]

How to Stop Asking for Money and Empower World-Changers Instead

February 24th, 2017 / marisaporter / 0 comments

We have been incredibly blessed at Wanna Pixel, Inc. to work with some amazing nonprofits that are making the world a better place. For instance, there’s Achieve Hartford!, an organization based in Connecticut that advocates for schools and the children who attend them. There’s End Hunger Connecticut, a statewide anti-hunger and food security organization also […]

The Top 6 Reasons People Upgrade Their Sites

January 23rd, 2017 / Titania Porter / 0 comments

I was flipping through RFPs of our past clients, seeing what I could learn from them. In the process, I found that there are six primary issues that motivate agencies to upgrade their sites. You might be surprised to find out that, though many of our clients have opted for a front-end facelift on their […]

Nobody Cares About Your Clever Tweet or Carefully Crafted Post

January 17th, 2017 / marisaporter / 0 comments

Your online presence and marketing needs to reflect your in-real-life offering. “But wait,” you’ll argue, “don’t people become very successful online without venturing outside to create #irl contacts?” In our experience, no. The clients who we build websites for that go from $0 to $1,000,000 in a year, or who experience some other kind of […]

It’s All About Others: How to Add Value to Your Customers’ Lives

January 16th, 2017 / Titania Porter / 0 comments

It’s All About Others: How to Add Value to Your Customers’ Lives Are you like me and 91 percent of all other consumers who check their email every day? Notice I didn’t say we read all of our emails every day. We scan the subject lines first and delete anything that isn’t personal or doesn’t […]

What Hinders a Nonprofit’s Momentum

10 Tips for the Most Effective Nonprofit Website Conversion

August 19th, 2016 / marisaporter / 0 comments

Have you ever spent months helping to create a website for your organization or cause, gone to all the meetings, thought you had all the boxes checked off, sighed with relief when the gargantuan task was finally over, and then sat back and waited? And waited? And waited? A year after the site is created, […]

5 Lies That Hinder a Nonprofit’s Momentum

August 15th, 2016 / Titania Porter / Comments Off on 5 Lies That Hinder a Nonprofit’s Momentum

Part of our value statement here at Wanna Pixel, Inc. is “we value integrity, honesty, ingenuity, open communication, collaboration, personal excellence, constructive self-criticism, continual self-improvement, respect for each other, and respect for design.” In keeping with that, here’s some lies we won’t tell you. One. “Yes, we have a solution for that…and that…and that!” It […]

A smooth development process for nonprofit organizations.

3 Related Rubrics for Smoothing the Development Process

July 20th, 2016 / Titania Porter / 0 comments

We know that you, as a nonprofit organization, face all the same pressures and challenges of for-profit businesses, plus some. Our modern, fast-paced world, along with the rampant growth in technology, makes it hard to keep up with meeting the needs of your audience. That’s why we have established three key practices to enhance flow […]

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Nonprofit Engagement: Creating a Unified Experience

July 18th, 2016 / Meg Delagrange / 0 comments

You checked out my recent post with beautiful donation pages from a couple of nonprofits who are out there making it happen and asked, “So tell me how I can do that.” I listed a few highlights that make each user experience better on each donation page, but you want more. So do I. Let’s […]

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Nonprofit Websites: 10 Engaging Donation Page Solutions

July 6th, 2016 / Meg Delagrange / 1 comment

Each of these websites have been built responsively for a beautiful experience on multiple screen devices. By paying attention to the use of consistent branding, clear messaging, and clean design principles, these nonprofit organizations have created an engaging experience for their audience, yet each look is unique to their individual organizations. Instead of hiding their […]