I was lucky to be able to attend the Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) in Austin, Texas in 2015. They had a pre-conference WordPress Day, at which I gave a presentation on how to do training and support for nonprofits using WordPress.
Websites are your charity’s window to the world. Get it right and you can drive traffic to your website, get your message over and attract new supporters. However, planning a new website is a complex task and there’s a lot to consider. I presented this webinar on behalf of London Advice Services Alliance.
Charities can struggle to plan and manage a website. This presentation at WordCamp London 2015 addresses questions they might ask: how to find a WordPress developer; what to put in the project brief; and how can WordPress be used to create campaign and directory websites.
Six local advice organisations use Freshdesk to co-ordinate their email advice service. How can users submit a form from their WordPress website, and have it automatically create an advice ticket in Freshdesk? That’s where Zapier comes in – what else can it help you connect and integrate, without having to learn complicated APIs?
I built the Fair Deal for Women WordPress website for the Women’s Resource Centre, asking politicians to do something about the gap between men and women.