GLWD is Webby Honoree For Best Non-Profit Website

By Clay Schossow on June 18, 2019

NMC is proud to announce another award winning project -- God's Love We Deliver is a Webby Honoree for Best Non-Profit Website.  NMC worked with longtime partner Franklyn, a Brooklyn brand design studio, on the project.  Franklyn led GLWD through an extensive rebrand, digital redesign, information architecture overhaul, and additional strategy and design.  NMC closely collaborated with Franklyn and GLWD to advise on the web strategy, technology choices, and then developed the site.

The mission of God’s Love We Deliver is to improve the health and well-being of men, women and children living with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other serious illnesses by alleviating hunger and malnutrition.  The organization serves 7,200+ clients annually in New York, and is one of the most prominent non-profits and advocates in the city, hosting many events and programs to raise awareness and earn new supporters.

A primary goal of the new site was to better highlight this impact and create a more modern and intuitive experience for visitors looking for specific information.  The site clearly explains the GLWD Difference and quickly works to navigate visitors to get more information on how to either receive services or support the work of the organization. 

The website is built on WordPress and involved migrating thousands of assets and pages from an outdated technology stack into WordPress and the new established visual language for GLWD.  WordPress is setup to make it extremely easy for editors to use an established block system to build out fully custom templates, leveraging designed elements from other areas on the site and adding, editing, and ordering them to new pages as needed.  

With a core focus of NMC being non-profit website design, it makes the honor that much more rewarding for our team.  Thanks to Franklyn for the partnership and the Webbys for the recognition!  Below are some elements that help distinguish the site's design.

 


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