The Institute of Fundraising has redesigned its two-year-old Web site.
The Institute of Fundraising’s new Web site is now available. Reflecting the new corporate identity, the site adopts a frames-based approach, with a navigation bar that has been slimmed down from the previous extensive and difficult-to-read version.
There is still a great deal of information to add to the site. Most of the sub-sections of the Information section, for example, explain “This page is currently under development – content will be added soon!”.
There are a few other inconsistencies too. For example, the site lists the E-Commerce & Internet Fundraising Group as an Institute Special Interest Group “operated within Institute of Fundraising guidelines.” The last we heard, this group was operated independently.
The site offers considerable potential, especially the members-only area. Web-based services are now a fundamental aspects of any membership-based professional body. It is interesting therefore that the Institute has teamed up with the American Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) to offer Institute members the AFP’s e-mail briefing. Aren’t there UK-based funding and fundraising e-mail briefings of interest to Institute members?
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