Other Options was a brand-spanking-new endeavor.
Israel needed a website to convey his experience as a community servant and collaborator.
And this website needed to convey services performed, events hosted, and any community outreach planned and enacted by said brand-spanking-new endeavor.
He was also looking for the ability to receive donations, and increase the number of volunteers. So, it was imperative the website accepted donations and allowed potential volunteers to begin the application process.
This is how we helped:
We created a new website promoting — and explaining — Other Options’ services and mission statement.
We created plenty of calls to action with strategically placed contact forms, including forms for potential volunteers.
For donations, we integrated PayPal, Cash App, and credit card payment software allowing Other Options to accept multiple payment methods.
And to keep track of the events hosted by Other Options, we created a community calendar.
Did we make the website responsive? Of course! Website visitors can now view the website easily and actually find/use the navigation on every conceivable screen size. Is this important? Of course! More than 52% of all online traffic occurs through mobile devices. If a website isn’t mobile-friendly, it’s deflecting a considerable chunk of online traffic.