At some point in your web design career, you’ll probably have the opportunity to build a website for a church or nonprofit organization. In this post, we offer a few tips and considerations before you embark on your next project. This post is based on the webinar Building Websites for Churches and Nonprofits by the Nathan Ingram over at iThemes Training. Before You Say Yes: Evaluating the Pros and Cons of Working with Churches and Nonprofits With any client, it’s important to consider the pros and cons of undertaking their new website. Working with churches and nonprofits brings a unique set of rewards and challenges. The Cons of Working with Churches and Nonprofits They will rarely be high-paying clients. While some churches and nonprofits may have a lot of money to spend, most will we working on limited budgets. They frequently do not have a marketing department. Not only will you be building the website, you may also end up having to assist them in helping shape their branding and messaging. The often do not have a clear vision of the role of the website in their organization. They may know that they need a website, but they may not be sure how the website integrates with their identity
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