Building Better Communities Foundation

www.BBC-Foundation.org

We Redesigned Nonprofit, The BBC-Foundation's Website

Fresno California based nonprofit, The Building Better Communities Foundation (the BBC Foundation -- www.bbc-foundation.org), asked us to prepare the redesign of their website. The BBC Foundation is an American 501(c)(3) public benefit organization geared towards fighting childhood obesity and food insecurity.

The BBC Foundation assists persons in challenged communities increase their access to healthy and freshly prepared foods.

The BBC Foundation's leadership team is a diversely accomplished set of individuals who sought to update their website to reflect their accomplishments and rapid growth.

With that being said, we analyzed the BBC Foundation's goals and tailored a design package specifically to the organization's needs.

The package included complete website redesign and the most modern search engine optimization and content development.

When first meeting with the BBC Foundation's leadership, we asked them what their goals were and asked them to explain how they assist the community. A member of our management team visited one site where the BBC Foundation has taken control of meal programs. There, we experienced the difference the organization is making and the birth of the new website was initiated.

After completion of the website's theme, we put together a website integrating the organization's colors, and added grey to the body of the website to set off the colors.

We finalized the website by ensuring that it was responsive, and therefore, viewable on all mobile devices.

Website Redesign for The BBC Foundation by AFFAREi, Inc.

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