Learn how to design an engaging and effective homepage for your national association with this comprehensive guide. We break down the critical sections and provide insights on tailoring your homepage to align with your organization’s unique goals and target audience. Boost your online presence and drive success with a well-planned homepage design.
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Based on our long history of working with national associations, we developed these valuable insights for creating effective and user-friendly websites tailored to their unique needs. This article highlights key best practices, including prioritizing usability and accessibility, optimizing for each device resolution, and integrating resource hubs. By implementing these strategies, associations can enhance member engagement, strengthen their online presence, and better serve their industry communities.
Who: Innovative Medicines Canada (IMC) partners to champion policies that drive the discovery, development, and delivery of transformative medicines and vaccines to all Canadians to live longer and healthier lives. How: IMC, a medical industry association, approached Baytek to provide a complete revamp and redesign of their web presence. This was no small feat, as […]
Who: The Fisheries Council of Canada (FCC) is a non-profit trade association that has been representing, for over 100 years, companies engaged in the harvesting, processing, importing and marketing of wild-capture fish and seafood. How: With vast experience in designing and developing association websites, we knew exactly the right approach to take with the FCC […]
Who: ICOMOS Canada (the Canadian National Committee of the International Council on Monuments and Sites), in partnership with Parks Canada, launches the Youth in Heritage program, an employment and mentorship initiative connecting employers to the next generation of cultural heritage practitioners. The program brings together cultural heritage professionals and young people between the ages of […]
Who: Established in 2004, Women in Nuclear Canada (WiN Canada) are a non-profit association made up of six chapters that aim to advocate, educate, build networks and promote career interest for the Canadian nuclear industry. How: WiN Canada came to Baytek in the middle of last year with a need to refresh their brand and […]
Who: The Friends of the Canadian War Museum (FCWM) was established to promote, support and assist the Canadian War Museum with the view to educating present and future generations of Canadians on Canada’s military heritage, preserving historical artifacts, promoting research and encouraging future generations to reflect on past sacrifices. How: The Friends were at crossroads […]
Who: Established in 2005, Critical Care Services Ontario (CCSO) is the managing body responsible for the overall program implementation of initiatives of the Critical Care Strategy. Its work is the result of an ongoing collaboration between critical care health care providers, hospital administrators, officials from the Ministry of Health and other health system partners. How: […]
Who: The Canadian Secure Token – Governance Authority (CST-GA) is the national governance authority tasked to ensure the successful and effective deployment of the STIR/SHAKEN governance framework in Canada, to enable carriers to provide consumers with a measure of trust in caller ID. How: For the logo mark, we wanted to created an abstract design […]