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Missing the mark
The state of academic and nonprofit websites is, well, often the same as it has been for years. Too much text. Outdated design. Poor user experience. Confusing navigation. Misdirected focus. Unfortunately, the majority of the field has not kept up with modern website best practices.
A lot of large agencies talk about designing sites that stand out, but often use recycled templates that were designed with someone else's brand and message in mind—sometimes even your direct competition.
We challenge the perception of what academic and nonprofit websites could be—and should be—moving forward...
So what is the proper approach on designing a website?
- Designed around your brand, message, and value proposition
- Aimed at your specific core constituents
- Clear and concise rather than listing every detail about your organization
- Easy to navigate and understand
- Dynamic and vibrant, but not distracting
- Mobile friendly
- Aimed at inspiring action
With our approach, while we still focus on best practices, we don’t recycle templates. What is built for you is built specifically for you and only for you.
Website Case Studies
University of Alaska CampaignView Case Study
ACPHS Campaign CreativeView Case Study
TTUHSC Campaign CreativeView Case Study
Founder & Prinicpal
Osborn Conflict Resolution
The genius behind my company’s overhaul is Tyler Wessel. You have crushed it on this. A million thanks for your patience, vision, and just genius sense of visual & graphic design. Thanks for enduring 1 million emails, wording nitpicks, and probably way more stylistic changes than you ever bargained for. But most of all, the sense of perspective & steadiness you brought in keeping our eyes where they ought to be: on the clients we serve.
I have a feeling that one day we are going to look at the rare air design space you will be in and we will be kind of amazed that we ever had the privilege of working with you as you launched your own venture.