More and more people are viewing websites, blogs and social media platforms on their mobile devices than ever before. As you work to grow and engage your base, it is now more critical than ever that your sites are mobile-friendly. The best way to do this is through a tactic called responsive design. In short, it means that your site will look good, and function well, regardless of what device is being used to access it. In a recent blog post, Nonprofit Tech for Good shared some of the best examples of responsive design, and how it can work for a nonprofit. Check the blog post here. Ready for more ways to make it easier for supporters to access you, regardless of the device they are using? Take the class How to Make Your Campaign Mobile-Friendly.
Jessica Seward, on March 3, 2014