Static Web Sites
A static website is intended purly for informational purposes. It would not include a database backend, so you cannot use it to collect and store information. This product would be useful if you simply want to advertise or provide information about your organization on the web.
You will be expected to provide all the written and visual content you would like on the website. You will also need to provide information regrading your current web hosting setup. If you do not currently have a website hosted online, you will need to incur domain registration and hosting fees in order to launch the website we create.
Dynamic Web Apps
A dynamic website is a way to view, store, and analyze information vital to your work. Using a database backend you will be receive a tailored web app for your nonprofit. This can be used as a purley internal tool, or it can be public facing to interface with your volunteers and surrounding community.
You will be expected to provide data samples for anything you want to be able to store on the webapp. Additionally you will provide use cases outlining what kind of users will be using the website and to complete what type of actions. Because this dynamic web app will require computing power instead of basic web hosting you will incur some charges to pay for cloud compuitng power from Google Cloud or Amazon Web Services.
A mobile app is a way to view information and potentially store data. This would be an application released on either the Google Play Store or the Apple Store. This product would be useful if your organization expects volunteers or clients to frequently communicate or input data using a mobile platform (outside the scope of texting, facebook messaging, groupme, etc.).
You will be expected to provide data samples for anything you want to be able to store on the mobile app. Additionally you will provide use cases outlining what kind of users will be using the app and to complete what type of actions. Depending on what you need your app to do, you may incur charges for cloud computing to store data on the Google Cloud or Amazon Web Services.