Behind the Scenes of an Agency With No Employees

Behind the Scenes of an Agency With No Employees

 facebooktwitterlinkedinIt's no secret that Brooks Digital works a bit differently from other agencies. How so? We use contractors in our staffing model instead of full-time employees (FTEs). At the time of writing, we have a team of 11 contractors—developers, visual...

The “Tell Me What You Want” Conundrum

 facebooktwitterlinkedinHave you ever hired someone to work on a website project and had them ask, “okay, so tell me what you want?” Isn't that a difficult question to answer? That's because when you hire someone to build you a website, you often don't know exactly...

Are Your Supporters Confused by Your Website?

 facebooktwitterlinkedinOne advantage of working with nonprofits over the years is you start to see problems that are repeated across organizations. For example, I bet you’ve wondered more than once if your website is confusing or turning away visitors because they...

The Single Point of Failure On Your Nonprofit’s Website

  facebooktwitterlinkedin A lot of attention is given to the journey of launching a website (and rightly so). But there is an additional step that, when botched,can cripple your web efforts both now and in the future.The crucial step? Getting your staff trained...

In a COVID-19 World, These Nonprofits Are Winning

Allow me to make a sweeping generalization for a moment. There are two types of nonprofits in today’s coronavirus world: Those who have invested in digital infrastructure and made it a core part of their organization. Those who have neglected (intentionally or...

Should You Have To Pay For Bug Fixes On Your Website?

The topic of who is financially responsible for fixing bugs on a software project is a question that often comes up during the lifespan of a website. Especially if you don’t have an extensive background in website development and support arrangements, it can be hard to determine what’s “normal” and reasonable in this type of situation.

…because your cause shouldn’t be obscured by a bad website.

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