Hi Gaby,This is a great question and one we deal with every day. A successful homepage depends on how your term success. Understanding your goals, the purpose of your organization, how you measure success, your target audience, how users are accessing your site (mobile vs desktop), and the desired customer journey through your website will be what influences your homepage design.Here are a few examples of sites we've designed and developed for your inspiration:https://www.wiaap.org/https://www.nagdca.org/https://www.famic.org/https://www.bgcconejo.org/Don't overload the homepage with large blocks of text.Use the homepage to guide users into your site and get where they need to go - it is a gateway to your content, the start to their journey.Prioritize your content accordingly - you can't make everything be top priority and above the fold.I know this is short and sweet, but I hope it gets you started on the right path. I'm happy to chat more with you about any of this if you are interested.Thanks
The Toronto Rehab FoundationPulmonary Hypertension Association of CanadaSome of these websites use raisin for their fundraising pages and all of them have been designed by our design team. Feel free to reach out to me if you would like to explore more examples and best practices. I would be glad to connect you.Hope this helps!