Last week we launched the redesigned website for Bellwether Education Partners, a “national nonprofit that's dedicated to helping education organizations... become more effective in their work and achieve dramatic results for students.”
With the help of design-firm Teal Media, EchoDitto replaced Bellwether’s outdated site with a modern design that features high-impact photographs of real students and teachers. While the new look-and-feel of the site is a big improvement, it’s not the most important part of the redesign. The most important goal for the website redesign was to help clients understand better what they do and how they do it.
To accomplish this goal, we did the following:
I truly enjoyed working with Bellwether. I love working with nonprofits in general; this time my pleasure was magnified because I helped replace an older site that was not fully supporting a mission. On their website, Bellwether makes the case that “the whole [of their work] is greater than the sum of its parts.” This is true in web development as well – it’s not about cool pictures and a responsive design, it’s bigger: helping students to learn and achieve their goals.