Portfolio Category: Non-Profit

We Love Nonprofits!

Austin Web & Design has the experience and skill to serve your non-profit. Our low-cost, high-value design web and graphic services are the ideal solution for any nonprofit company. Whether you are looking for a design “face-lift,” a complete overhaul, or you are starting from square one, we’ve got you covered. Our friendly team of graphic designers, techies, marketing specialists, and web gurus are ready to handle all your design needs. We would love to work with you. Take a look at just a few of the non-profit companies we have served in the past.

Contact Austin Web & Design to learn more on how we can help you with your nonprofit web design needs.


The website redesign project for Code2College features a video slider, custom posts for highlighting their press releases, In the News articles, and testimonials.

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Waco Family Medicine

Features our custom AWD theme and a location map for their locations in the Waco, Temple, and Bell County areas.

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The website redesign project for the Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering (TAME).

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ASCE Texas Section

Website redesign project for ASCE Texas section. An engineering industry website we developed for our client.

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Live Tobacco Free Austin

The Austin Public Health Department wanted to refresh their Live Tobacco Free website with the latest web standards and add a video library with modal pop-up windows, the ability to easily showcase downloadable documents, and have a page to post upcoming events. The website features an SEO plugin for creating SEO titles and descriptions and…
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Baby Day

Baby Day wanted a mobile responsive site that would allow them to increase members, post upcoming events, and provide information to their users.
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Via Hope

"Via Hope contracted with Austin Web and Design to create an entirely new website. The website included several backend functionalities that would make our organization run more efficiently. AWD made the creation of all the applications, forms and interactive functions very user friendly. We have received nothing but positive feedback on our new design. Our…
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Trinity Episcopal Church

Trinity Episcopal Church needed a website to provide information in an easily accessible format to their church members. Their site features a full-width, responsive slider, contact page, calendar, FAQ section, and a blog feed.
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UT School of Nursing

Dr. Tracie Harrison needed a website that would provide training modules with quizzes, video content, and printable certificates. This site provides a responsive, and scalable solution for Dr. Harrison's needs. The site also features courses for users of different experience levels, progress tracking abilities, and fully-customizable course units.
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