Elizabeth reached out to the DigiDems Forum for help finding a solution. She considered building the website from scratch, but it was recommended that she use SquareSpace, given the platform’s affordability, security, and user-friendliness for those without web development experience. Since the campaign was already frustrated with trying to update the website and didn’t like the way it looked, it was easy to get buy-in. Others could have managed this process without web development experience, but having that experience made it easier for Elizabeth to style and embed forms from PDI and NGP.
After completing the website, it was much easier to add new content (such as information on how to vote, press releases, and quotes) to the website. It was also easier to navigate the website in other languages and keep that content updated accordingly.