Help your brand stand out to your audience with a bespoke website. Fipe Web Design is a London-based company with a passion for helping clients achieve their commercial and marketing goals for their website. We help organisations visualise, design, and create unique and captivating digital experiences.
Our client support is prompt (we not only try to respond within 24 hours but to resolve reported issues where possible), friendly, solution-focused and best of all, it’s absolutely free a lot of the time. Our world class support means you can spend more of your time running your charity and providing vital services to the community and less time worrying about your website.
If you have an exciting charity website design project coming up that you would like to discuss or want to know how to improve your website design and functionality, we’d love to hear from you. If you have more questions, you may find answers via our frequently asked questions. Otherwise send us an email.
For more than 10 years, Fipe Web Design has worked with organisations in the UK and abroad to deliver beautiful, responsive websites that work fantastically well across devices. Our sites are designed and built from the ground up to ensure that they are intuitive, secure, easy to use and maintain, and deliver your message well. While our services focus on web design, digital marketing, and web development for any client, we specialise in charity web design.
Fipe Web Design is mindful of the financial limitations that many organisations can face and go to great lengths to provide solutions that exceed project specifications, while staying within the set budget. We use open-source CMS for our charity web design and web development and offer free consulting, training, and other services with the express aim of giving you an excellent value for your money.
Fipe Web Design’s client support is prompt, friendly, and solution focused. In fact, we always try to respond within 24 hours to resolve any reported issues and offer free maintenance and support services. Our world-class support means that you can spend more time running your organisation and providing vital services to the community, and less time worrying about your website.
If you have an exciting web design project coming up or want to know how to improve your web design and functionality, let's discuss it. Fipe Web Design can consult with you about your needs and goals and give you our advice on the best way to achieve them.
I would highly recommend the team from Fipe Digital. They are extremely knowledgeable, creative and adaptable to meeting our needs and deadlines. Nothing was too much trouble and they went above and beyond. Thank you so much.Credico Marketing Ltd
Fipe solved several challenging tasks on our Umbraco website as well as developing user-friendly features. They listened to our requirements and ideas, advised us of pitfalls and alternative solutions always with the end customer in mind. Last but not least, they were flexible and applied ‘sense of urgency’ to the work.Efficacy Ltd
Thank you so much, I'm in love with everything!!! The logo, business card, letterhead and the new website! Clean, clear and professional. I can't recommend you highly enough.
Thank you for all your hard work and persistence! Well done.Space Photo
Most organisations today have a digital presence, and that includes non-profits. However, not all websites are alike. Often, this differentiation comes from customisable features within the software that is used to build a website. For example, content management systems (CMS) allow you to have full functionality of a website – from creation, to management, to editing.
So, which is the best CMS for non-profits? In this blog, we are going to explore the top three CMS for non-profits based on user numbers across the web.
Let’s talk about the essential elements that need to be present and can help make your charity website successful. Having spent more than a decade helping charities and non-profits design, build and maintain affordable but intuitive websites, we know what works and what doesn’t.