When writing a nonprofit Unique Value Proposition, think personal value

We all have good intentions when crafting our nonprofit’s Unique Value Proposition, however we often put the focus on us. We get so caught up in defining what our nonprofit is seeking to do (what should be written in our Mission Statement), we forget about communicating why that should matter to our […]

3 Ways A Nonprofit Web Design Became More Affordable – Case Study

Most every nonprofit recognizes the importance of an updated website, but few can afford a redesign. With a client’s tight budget in mind, ArcStone found 3 ways to cut the cost of a nonprofit web design, making it more affordable. In the end, the MN branch of Kids In Need still […]

Examples of Great Nonprofit Websites Using WordPress

We sought out to uncover examples of great nonprofit websites built in WordPress in hopes you can follow suit for your nonprofit. Read about what design choices each nonprofit made which aided their mission, and how WordPress plugins and features helped as well. Then consider downloading Idealware’s WordPress report to better understand plugin capabilities. […]

Review of WordPress for Nonprofits

Why is it that 16 million websites use WordPress? To explain why ArcStone and Idealware answer this question with a resounding “YES!” they paired up and put together a review of WordPress for nonprofits. The Landscape of WordPress for Nonprofits emphasizes how WordPress works especially well for this industry. Let’s review what you’ll learn […]

Nonprofit WordPress Site Design Before and After – Simpson Housing Services

Before meeting ArcStone, Simpson Housing Services had developed a strong nonprofit, with much-needed services for their community. They even had an exciting new logo and had undergone a rebranding process to keep their image consistent across the board. However, their site was still behind. The outdated aesthetics didn’t match the new branding. The […]

Nonprofit WordPress Website Design: Masonic Heritage Case Study

Can a website generate interest in something that does not yet exist?  Indeed. By studying your potential audiences for your new project, business, or marketing campaign, you can design a site that speaks to their needs and in doing so, build up excitement around your project before it even happens. […]

Nonprofit WordPress Redesign – Masonic Home Case Study

Although Minnesota Masonic Home had a lot of traction offline, their online presence was limited. That’s why this nonprofit called on ArcStone to build them a site on which they could depend. They knew the effort would be worth it, seeing as their previous site was causing the organization more trouble than anything. […]