Tackling a Major Website Redesign
Are you in the early stages of thinking towards your organization’s next website redesign? If so, this webinar is for you.
Your digital communications strategy is filled with small updates and tweaks to better reach your audiences and goals. When it comes to your website, ongoing changes may include modifying the navigation experience to make it easier for users to find the information they are looking for, or taking on a new content strategy approach that better connects with people.
While these iterative tactics play an important role, every 2-5 years, your website is likely in need of a major redesign. And for many, the mere thought of tackling this can be daunting.
We hear you and are here to help. Forum One works with all kinds of mission-driven organizations to strengthen their digital communications, including major website redesigns.
In this webinar, you’ll hear about:
- How to effectively take stock of an existing website in order to plan for a new one
- Insights on who needs to be involved, what decisions to take before you start, and how to plan your “Roadmap,” a long-term blueprint for your website as part of your digital ecosystem
- How much time it really takes once you’ve begun the process
- Insider tips to help you help your project team
- What the experience is like from someone who’s been in your shoes
By the end of the webinar, you’ll have a good understanding of practical first steps and tips to take as you consider embarking on your website design and development process.
Molly Mattessich, Director of Project Delivery, Forum One
Molly uses her expertise in project management and strategic communications to oversee the project delivery team at Forum One. She has led large digital projects for clients such as the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, Peace Corps, the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, USAID, and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. Molly holds a BA in Psychology from Wellesley College, and an MA in Communication from Johns Hopkins University with a concentration in corporate and nonprofit communications.
Rachel Roberts, Senior Director of Channel Deployment, Council for Advancement & Support of Education (CASE)
Rachel coordinates and manages the production of a complex array of print, digital, and social publications including CASE’s bi-monthly magazine, weekly and monthly newsletters, ongoing blog posts and digital content, social media outreach, publications and other means to deliver content to CASE members and interested parties. She holds a BS in Corporate Communications and Journalism from James Madison University.