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Website redesigns should be carried out strategically and to meet a need. So if your church has one of these needs, then it may be time to refresh your site:

  1. Your site is not mobile-friendly – This is a top priority right now. If you don’t have a mobile-friendly, responsive website, you need to fix that right now.
  2. Your logo or branding changes – This may seem obvious, but if you’re going to invest in a new logo or graphic branding package, then make sure your website is redesigned to reflect the change.
  3. Your site is not guest-friendly – Consider the content and layout of your site. Is it mainly for guests or members? If everything is geared to members, it might be time to fix some things.
  4. You need to change website platforms – This redesign is typically forced. If you’re moving to a new web platform, then you will likely have to make design changes to the site. It’s rare that you can move across platforms and keep a consistent look and feel.
  5. Your site is dated – This is more of a design aesthetic than the other items in this list. But if your site looks old and feels old based on the graphics and content, move forward on a redesign.

Shelby Systems has decades of experience working with ministries of all sizes, for more creative ideas and suggestions contact your Shelby Sales Consultant today!

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