The Women's Building

A Non-Profit Website

Featured Details

Project Name
The Women’s Buildling

I had a phone get-to-know-you conversation with a New York foundation, which is interested in perhaps funding some of our work. I was delighted to use our new website to give her a virtual tour of our building and work: “Here’s our mural, there is where the old Irish bar was, click on Programs, here are our community rooms, etc.” I was so proud to go from page to page. Thank you both for providing us with such a great website!

Tatjana Loh

Development Director, The Women’s Building

Project Summary
When we were chosen to design the website for this nonprofit The Women’s Building, we were beyond ecstatic! The Women’s Building represented so many things we loved about San Francisco.TWB is a nonprof in San Francisco that is women-owned and supports services to empower women, provides low-cost office space to other nonprofits and is a landmark because of it’s beautiful Maestra Mural that dresses the entire building. This project was a perfect fit for us!

Project Problem
Their old website was difficult to navigate, was not responsive, did not have up to date information, and just didn’t reflect the organization as a whole.

Nonprofit Website Design Services

  • Web planning and organization
  • WordPress rebranding and design
  • Event calendar creation
  • Donation tool integration
  • Social media integration
  • Room rental online process flow
  • Volunteer intake flow
  • Email newsletter integration

Project Solution
As part of this nonprofit website design project, we built a fully responsive website, that organized all of The Women’s buildings offerings to their community. We worked with the entire staff to assess and structure their many in-house events, workshops, community services and classes. When the staff saw all their offerings in one place, even they were amazed at their breadth of their impressive offerings. They were beaming with pride at their full event calendar. We created a website that told the story of their founders and their building, that their board was proud to… The website changed the way they looked at themselves, encouraged donors to contribute more, enabled volunteers to more easily get involved. And the look and feel of their new website reflected the vibrancy and color that is at the heart of The Women’s Building