When it comes to designing websites for higher education institutions, it can be a real challenge to come across as both intelligent and accessible.
With our strong design skills and nimble execution, we're experts at striking that balance for our clients through our higher education website design, branding, creative strategy, and digital marketing.
Scroll down to see how we make our higher ed clients shine.
The Wharton Customer Analytics Initiative site was filled with a wealth of amazing statistics and information resources, but its intended users couldn’t figure out how to access any of it. To fix this, we first defined the user experience, then reorganized the content into a flexible structure and brought the stale stuff to life through animated infographics, illustrative icons, and high-end graphic treatments.
Westminster Theological Seminary has a rich and impressive history of being one of the most prestigious seminaries in the world. Regrettably, that prestige was dwarfed by the rigidity of their old brand. We created a new brand that was both modern and esteemed – and built a strategy, website, and print materials to match.
Wharton Baker Retail Center produces cutting-edge research, supports student activities and strives to increase the number of students who enter retail careers while simultaneously supporting the industry with research and focused networking. To help achieve this goal, our talented team of designers created a new website with a sleek user interface focusing on news, events and conferences.
Knowles Science Teaching Foundation is a nonprofit organization that supports teachers as the primary leaders of educational improvement through fellowship programs that build community, facilitate collaboration, and invite innovation. After years of distributing their annual report in printed or pdf format, KTSF approached Push10 to create a long-scroll microsite for their 2016 year-end summary.
Lehigh's College of Business and Economics needed a refresh on their outdated site – and a way to connect with students, alumni, and faculty. We started with a more logical site architecture, then built a simple structure that bubbled university updates to the top. And because we worked with their in-house Drupal developers to implement the styles, we created a style guide to ensure consistency even after the project wrapped.
The previous Jack Miller Center website was full of great content about American history and political thought, but it was stifled by a poor user experience. We collaborated with the team at JMC to structure and plan a new website, organize their existing content, and make room for future growth.