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What Should a Website Cost?

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Allen Gunn, Aspiration
gunner@aspirationtech.org

415-839-6456

 

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Meeting Description:

Are you thinking about revamping your website but not sure where to start? Are you working with a web developer but wonder if you’re paying too much? With all the tools and strategies available, it’s hard to know where to start and what to expect. Attend this free webinar where Allen Gunn, Executive Director of Aspiration, will share valuable information about:

  • The steps you should follow when framing and managing web projects to streamline the process and minimize cost.
  • What you can expect to pay for different types of websites, from basic “brochure-ware” to higher-end web applications.
  • The different types of website technologies.

This will be a basic-to-intermediate level overview of the website development process and ideal for decision makers, board members involved in the process, and accidental techies.

Tell us more! Visit our community forum and tell us about your web development project and specific questions/challenges you have.

Details
Date: Thu, Dec 17, 2009
Time: 11:00 AM PST
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Kami Griffiths
 Presenter Information
Allen Gunn
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Allen Gunn (Gunner) is the Executive Director of Aspiration and has over twenty years of software development, senior management, and capacity building expertise, and has spent the last fifteen years exploring how technology can most effectively empower and support social justice causes. Drawing on engineering, teaching, and volunteer experiences, Gunner is a skilled communicator and facilitator in both the nonprofit and corporate sectors who is passionate about helping nonprofits and NGOs make better use of software technology. He has been closely involved with the US and international technology activist communities; the Silicon Valley engineering and venture funding world; social justice organizations, and academic communities, and currently sits on the boards of The Ruckus Society, Global Exchange, and Idealware. He is a firm believer in melding hard work with serious fun.


Kami Griffiths
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With more than 8 years experience working in the public sector, Kami Griffiths brings hands-on expertise to her work at TechSoup. Originally from Minnesota, Kami has worked at nonprofits in Minneapolis, San Francisco, Boston, and New York. She is currently the Training and Outreach Manager at TechSoup where she holds local and international trainings, delivers online seminars, and helped develop the TechSoup for Libraries program. In addition to her work at TechSoup, she is the Executive Director of Community Technology Network, a nonprofit that advocates for digital inclusion by providing training, mentorship, networking, and volunteers to underserved communities in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her career also includes professional graphic design for Global Exchange in San Francisco and working for the City of New York Parks & Recreation where she managed 27 public access computing centers.