Custom Web Design

Professional Custom Websites for Associations

We specialize in working with associations. During the design development phase of your website, our design experts will work one-on-one with you to develop a premium website that is tailor-made to fit your association's specific needs. We will gather information, schedule a planning meeting, provide you with a series of ideas and renderings, and work with you until you approve the final design.  

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Mobile-Friendly, Responsive Web Design

All of our websites feature responsive web design for optimal viewing. This mobile-friendly approach minimizes viewers having to resize and scroll on our websites when viewing across a range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to tablets to smartphones).

Seamlessly Integrated with MemberLeap

All of our engaging websites are fully integrated with MemberLeap, our feature-rich association management software.

Website Development Process

There are many steps necessary in gathering information to successfully configure MemberLeap and develop a new website that meets your specific needs. Learn more about how this process works.

ADA Compliance

We originally build our clients' websites using the following ADA accessibility guidelines:

  • Text will have a contrast ratio of 4.5:1 with the background surrounding it and will be at least 16px tall.
  • Semantic markup will be used on the homepage and the framework for the rest of the website, which will facilitate auto-focusing and tabbing behavior consistent with what a screen reader is expecting.

All images on the public website will have alt-text describing them at the time that the website goes live to ensure that screen reader users are presented with the same materials as browser-based visitors.

If you have other accessibility requirements, please let us know, and we can provide you with a quote.

However, after going live with their websites, Admins will have access to the content manager and be able to modify text size and colors, use heading styles to change the structure of their webpages, and upload images with or without descriptive alt-text included. It is crucial that Admins are properly trained to fully understand the impact these changes could have on the level of accessibility after the website has launched.