Hopefully those reading will find inspiration to freshen up club web sites or create a new one. Your web site is the public face of your club. Anyone in the WORLD should be able to use your site to get in touch, learn about your club, and get involved. Let’s get started.
Focus on a Logo
Most clubs already have a logo, but this is a great time to sharpen it up. Find someone in your club or contact our club member, Brice! We allowed Brice, a graphic designer, to do what he does best – create something interesting, elegant, and a reflection of the feel of your club. Ours has a smooth flowing feel that incorporates 2 iconic elements of beer – I like how it evokes “the art of brewing.” If your club is technically focused, make it reflect that. The important thing is to make it your own and make it the focal point of your site.
Go with Squarespace
Make it Work for You
This is the most important piece of any website. If some random homebrewer can’t ask a question about your club, they’re sunk. Put an OBVIOUS ‘contact’ link on your homepage. I gotta thank my wife for cramming this mentality down my throat, it is so important. Catering to new members should be a priority for clubs of any size, so make it easy....