A Collaborative Design Process for Busy People

October 15, 2015 Mark Christensen


We recently caught up with Rachel Naggar, Director of Communications at Kent Place School, an all girl’s K-12 school in New Jersey. We asked her to share just a few insights into the launching of the school’s new website built with onMessage, Blackbaud’s content management system.

What struck a chord for me, was Rachel’s comment on the importance of responsive web design for a school site. As she sees it, “We need to be where parents and students are.” That’s true for every site built with onMessage because our sites look good on any device you have in hand – at no extra cost.

Take a minute to watch the video below and learn a bit more from Rachel’s experience in launching a new site. From collaborating with our top designers, capturing the message of Kent Place School, to engaging the school community with fresh up to date content.

Interested in learning more about onMessage, Blackbaud’s Content Management System? Sign up for a free demo.


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