brown girl rise
501(c)(3) portland nonprofit organization needed a mobile-friendly & responsive website that catered to their audience, donors & sponsors
Brown Girl Rise was only active on Instagram and Facebook when they reached out to us for professional help with building them a website. BGR needed a hub for volunteers, sponsors, event attendees, and donors to learn more about their 501(c)(3) organization. They wanted the website to be approachable, modern, and live before their Fall workshop series.
We chose Squarespace as the content management system (CMS) for its built-in hosting, simple and responsive design, and fast learning curve so that BGR can ultimately run the backend on their own. Fonts, color scheme, and verbiage were inspired and guided by their social media, young demographic, and past events.
The mobile-friendly website was launched on-time just before their Fall workshop series. The final product blended a youthful color palette, playful typography, high-quality media, and clean, streamlined browsing experience.
“We had an amazing experience working with Carlos and the other amazing developers at Good Aura who worked on our website. Good Aura put a lot of thought and intention into building our website that reflected our vision. They took all of our notes and made sure to create something special for our organization. When we needed to launch the website in time for a big fundraiser, the Good Aura crew came through and got the website completed and launched before our deadline. They really saved us! Since its launch, they have kept in touch to make sure the site is running smoothly. Their service is not only efficient but also friendly and personable. 10/10 would recommend Good Aura to anyone looking to build a website for their business. They'll take great care of you!”
– Dani, Brown Girl Rise
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