One of the main reasons for creating our websites in this manner has to do with mobile browsing. 9 times out of 10, a visitor to your website would much rather scroll down a page to consume your content rather than navigating between pages. The clear advantage of having section-based pages is that you’re able to put much more content on one page, allowing your visitors to not have to dig around to learn more about your organization. With the ability to have multiple sections on each page, the way you organize your site’s pages and navigation is crucial to your visitor’s experience. A well-designed website has the ability to guide them through your organization’s values and mission and to lead them to action.
We would encourage you to use the least amount of pages that still make sense with your content. So, for example, instead of putting each of your ministries on separate pages, you may want to combine them into one main page with a section for each ministry. Obviously, that doesn't work for every website, but you get the picture. The important thing is to remember is that the less navigating between pages for your visitors, the better! We’ve tried our best to give you a lot of control for many of the design decisions you'll come across while designing your website.