We blend creativity with modern usability best practices, and work hard to understand your audience’s needs. The result: beautiful, usable, effective websites.
We’re Cornershop Creative, and we help nonprofits make the most of the web.Come on in
We couple an innovative and effective approach to web design with a genuine affinity for progressive nonproﬁts.
As we design and develop your site, we test our work with your actual site visitors, so you can be sure we’re heading in the right direction.
WordPress is the most popular CMS today, and for good reason: it's powerful and flexible, enabling us to build complex, robust (but easily updateable) sites for our customers.
Whether it’s custom WordPress development or building something else altogether, we have the skills to turn your ideas into reality. Our team of developers not only knows how to code, but they also appreciate the unique challenges of nonprofit work.
We work with the most popular nonprofit CRMs on the market, including Salesforce, Salsa Labs, Blackbaud, Engaging Networks, and EveryAction. From customizing donation forms to designing fancy advocacy campaigns to creating custom data syncs, we have the experience you need.
We empower our clients with great training and documentation, but we’re also happy to help with backups, software and security updates, and ongoing support to ensure your WordPress site and CRM keep humming along happily.
We’ve earned the trust of some amazing organizations.
Some of our awesome work:
Access Now is an international human rights organization that advocates globally for universal access to open internet and other key technology as a basic human right, despite government oppression, military action, and political upheaval. Since 2009, the group has managed a number of projects that … Read more
FoodCorps connects school kids across America to healthy food through farm-to-school programs, school gardens, and influencing school curricula to include accurate nutrition education. Although the organization’s Plone website had served its purpose well, the time had come to redesign and redevelop, with … Read more