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Seeker-Friendly Churches: An Inside Perspective

A church’s website needs to convey information.  That information should include things like service times, location and child care availability, but a church’s website needs to communicate more than facts.  A potential visitor wants to understand what they will experience.  Who will they meet?  Are there a lot of empty seats?  What does the coffee […]

Customer’s Great Ideas: Slide Shows

The old adage “a picture’s worth a thousand words” is holding true today — and for websites images are key for a positive user experience, engaging your audience and communicating your message. Watch the video below to see how others are using the Slide Show tool on an inside page or landing page to create […]

Understanding Aspect Ratio: Photos and Frames

Understanding aspect ratio is an essential part of understanding why some photos work better on your website than others. But, if you aren’t familiar with working with images, it can be a difficult thing to understand.  To demonstrate, let’s go back to the classic picture frame and printed photo. Our picture frame represents the slideshow that we […]

Church Websites and Front Doors: Part 1

Church websites and front doors have the same role. They both serve as the entrance and one of the first impressions of your church. What first impression are you providing? And does your home page on your site look as inviting as your front entrance and church foyer? Every church website leaves some kind of […]

Working with Images

Images are a huge part of your website. They are one of the best ways to draw your audience in, keep their visual interest and make an emotional connection. While not all churches and other organizations may have the budget to hire a photographer and designer to help them put together great images for their […]