by Joanna Pineda Posted on July 22, 2008
The National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (n4a)’s primary mission is to build the capacity of its members to help older persons and persons with disabilities live with dignity.
N4a asked Matrix Group to turn its Web site into the premier destination for issues and resources on aging. Matrix Group worked closely with n4a to showcase its many broad-reaching programs, clearly outline member benefits, and call on members to participate in research, workshops, training, and ongoing collaboration. Our solutions included targeted user surveys, intuitive site navigation, a design to enhance their brand, a customized Content Management System (CMS) to make it easy for staff to keep content fresh, and integration with legacy applications.
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We get a lot of RFP (Requests for Proposals) for association and nonprofit website redesigns. Often, one focus of the RFP is the technology that will power the new website. These RFPs have giant lists of requirements related to how content will be authored, formatted and published. We often get asked this question: What is the best content management system (CMS)...
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I love podcasts! I listen to at least one podcast every single day. And yes, I’m a podcaster. I have two podcasts: Associations Thrive is a podcast celebrating successful associations and their leaders and K Drama Chat is a podcast where my co-hosts and I take one Korean Drama (K Drama) each season and recap and analyze each episode. So, does...
Why Every CEO Needs a Great Microphone Posted on January 24, 2023
Now that I have a weekly podcast (Associations Thrive, available on all the major podcast networks), I interview CEOs, Executive Directors, and Presidents every single week. And you know what I’ve realized? Some chief execs have a great microphone or headset with a great microphone, and many do not. For the purposes of my podcast, I want the chief execs to...