Not For Profit & Charity Website Design in Tasmania

Connect and engage with your community - we develop affordable websites for not for profits and charities in Tasmania that enable you to have a successful online presence.
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Not for profit website design in Tasmania

Domin8 Designs was founded through the need to design for a small not for profit; and continues to love working in the area today.

Our website designs stem from delivering good accessibility and using a platform that makes it really easy to maintain your website.

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We help keep you maintained and updated

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Mobile and tablet optimised websites

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Affordable costs without compromising quality

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A range of features to suit your budget or needs

Recent examples of our not for profit website design

Brain Injury Assist

Brainlink and BIAT engaged Domin8 Designs to develop an online hub for the wider "Brain Injury Assist" project - aiming simplify the information on key topics surrounding brain injury.

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1000 Hearts

Sarah from 1000 Hearts wanted a simple website that enabled the project to take the next step in it's journey.

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Client Testimonial

"Domin8 Designs delivered a high quality website for my small not for profit organisation, which continues to be the hub for our followers and visitors."

Our not for profit website types and costs

"The Sprouting" Not For Profit

Small in size doesn't mean small in outputs - your website should also pack a punch. Pages often include:

  • Homepage;

  • About Us;

  • News and Events;

  • Our Services - often 2-3 pages from a drop down menu;

  • Contact;

Features include:

  • A custom design with consideration for accessibility;

  • Website hosting;

  • An easy to update client editor;

  • Mobile and tablet adaptive design;

From $1,500 (incl.GST)

"The Established" Not For Profit

For an established charity looking to upgrade their existing online presence or start a new one with a good foundation. Pages often include:

  • Homepage;

  • About Us;

  • Staff or Member Profiles;

  • News, Events or Blog Page;

  • Our Services - often 3-5 pages from a drop down menu;

  • Our Work - showcasing your work or case studies;

  • External Link - i.e. to donations page;

  • Contact;

Features include:

  • A custom design with consideration for accessibility;

  • Part or full content input by Domin8 Designs - saving you time;

  • External platform integration (such as donations portal);

  • Map and contact form;

  • Mobile and tablet adaptive design;

From $2,200 (incl.GST)

A custom solution...

Whether it's scaling up, or scaling down, from our other options - we can tailor a solution to meet your needs or budget.

"I need a website cheaper than $1,000"

Website hosting plays a main part in the cost of our website design. We can deliver a small scale website under $1000 for clients who may not want or need the content management system or editor.

"Our organisation is quite large, can you handle a bigger project?"

Through Webflow, we can deliver a range of websites with a host of basic features. If you've got advanced requirements (such as integrations, more features or desires) then use the form below to get in touch.



Lets start a project...

We'll send through an obligation free quote and can work together to develop an awesome online presence.

If you'd like a quote or to know more about our website design in Tasmania, fill in the details through our no obligation project enquiry form.

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