A modern approach for non-profits
An easy-to-use and flexible digital system
EHC doesn’t make gospel tracts. They partner with churches, small groups, and individuals through their Finding the Hope outreach program. Through Finding the Hope, EHC provides resources and material that creates community and sparks conversations.
Over the years, EHC has created a shared visual aesthetic for all their programming. The shared aesthetic develops familiarity, which makes their outreaches easier for people on both sides of the conversation. Their printed material is dynamic and engaging, with clear calls to action, but it never becomes pushy or off-putting.
EHC wanted new websites that lived up to the same standard. They wanted responsive websites that were engaging, dynamic, easy to navigate, and with clear calls to action so their visitors would know how to get involved. But most of all, EHC wanted their websites to all share a cohesive aesthetic.
Laying the groundwork for the future
The new framework is flexible. It lays the groundwork for all sorts of long-term visions EHC has. It finally lets EHC accept donations online, display their catalogue of missions opportunities, and quickly and easily update their resources. Better yet, it helps EHC tell the stories of what’s happening in the missions field. Their new blogging architecture and design is going to make a big difference as they begin to share more and more content online.
I’m excited to share more about that in the days, weeks, and months ahead as we work together to create compelling new resources and programs for churches, small organizations, and even people new to Christianity.
The sites haven’t been live for very long, so we haven’t had time to gather data on our success metrics. I’ll update this when we do. But we’re confident that these new sites will blow away our expectations.
In the meantime, I’m proud of the new EHC websites and the framework that accompanies them. It feels like the ministry. When I’m on the sites, I catch a vision for what they do, where they want to go, and how they work with people all around the world to get there.
Update: You can also read this blog post to learn about the technical considerations that went into making each site multilingual.
Nathan is an organized thinker. He listens well and brings clarity. Nathan has redesigned three websites for our organization and given us a great platform to tell our story and connect with a new audience. He was able to sort out and streamline a large amount of existing content to make our new web presence clear and strong. We are grateful for the service he provides for us.Jacqueline Dugas, Vice-President, EHC International/Canada