In many ways, building a non-profit website is a straightforward task; you already know what you need to promote, and you already have an idea of the people who will be interested in supporting it. Still, even with a host of crisp images and a great story, far too many not-for-profit websites fall flat on their feet - often without ever really knowing why.In this blog post, we’ll tackle the world of non-profit and charity websites: How you can optimize them, what they should include, and...
21 Beautiful Art Websites
Having a successful art or artist website is really important. The key is to keep it simple, organized and easy. Visitors to your site should be able to quickly know who you are (or which art the website is about), view your art, understand what it’s about and if showen in a gallery – where.
You can start with a small site which contains a few pieces of your art work, contact info, gallery showings and that’s it. Later, you can always add more art and info to your site but being live is priceless. You want people to be able to search for your name or work and immediately find your great site.
Here are 21 beautiful art websites, built on IM Creator, you can get inspired from!
Fred Bromfield, London
Robert Wildermuth, Charlotte
Michelle Moore, Little Rock
Laura Miller, Montana
Nell White, Milwaukee
Pudu Art, India
Aaron Chung, San Francisco
One Smart Gallery, Virginia’s first pop-up gallery
Antonio Clemente, Australia
Wend, muralist/creative innovator, CA