nonprofits-must-us-responsive-designWith 51% of Facebook’s referral traffic now coming from mobile and more than two-third’s of Twitter users being mobile, many nonprofits are finally starting to come to the realization that their social media campaigns are doomed unless they embrace a mobile-first approach to online communications and fundraising. Your nonprofit must now assume that the majority of website and blog content you share on social networks is being read on a mobile device and if that content is not mobile compatible, then any attempt to inspire a followerer or fan to donate or get more involved will fail.

The easiest way to ensure that your website and blog are mobile compatible is to embrace responsive design. As a follow-up list from last year’s 7 Responsively Designed Nonprofit Websites to Study and Learn From, below is a new selection of 11 exceptional, responsively designed nonprofit websites. Pay particular attention Heifer International. Their new site is gorgeous. Hopefully, your nonprofit has a new website on your To Do List for 2014-15 and you can study and learn from the websites listed below. Be sure to experience each of them on a desktop, tablet, and smartphone – and if possible, on two new screens we’ll be paying more attention to and designing for in the coming years – a smartwatch and smart TV.

1. Families Against Mandatory Minimums (FAMM)

famm responsive

2. Gates Foundation

gates foundation responsive

3. Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (Glaad)

glaad responsive

4. Heifer International

Heifer International Responsive

5. National Campaign to Prevent Teen
and Unplanned Pregnancy

national campaign responsive

6. Nature Conservancy

nature conservancy responsive

7. Oxfam America

oxfam america responsive

8. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

Peta Responsive

9. Pew Research Center

pew research center responsiv e

10. Rijksmuseum

rijksmuseum responsive

11. Wilderness Society

wilderness society responsive