The Jack Miller Center is a nonprofit organization that works to further students’ education in American political thought and history. Although there was great content on the old website, much of the layout was pieced together over many years, resulting in a poor user experience.
Push10 worked with the team at JMC to structure and plan a new website from the ground up that would organize existing content while leaving room for future growth.
Of special importance were the website’s frequently-updated educational resources and news, which Push10 re-envisioned as modern, sortable tiles.
This new design feature made it easy for users to navigate through the content and find what they are looking for.
Along with a new content strategy, beautiful responsive design and a tight typographical hierarchy helped make the new website look great across all devices.
Since its founding, The Jack Miller Center has promoted the serious study of the Constitution. To help facilitate JMC's efforts, Push10 designed and developed a special integrated microsite devoted to Constitution Day 2017. This area provides a library of scholarly resources, detailed information about Constitution Day events, and insightful back and forth discussions between JMC fellows on constitutional themes.
The homepage banner features blurred preview images to the right and left that encourage users to browse JMC’s most important featured content.
Users can scroll through dozens of testimonials from students, faculty and program directors.
Our custom WordPress system automatically pulls the most recent and most popular stories to display in this homepage section.
With a high percentage of mobile users, a graceful responsive interface design was key for Jack Miller Center. Our team focused on providing a beautiful user experience regardless of the device.
The result was a seamless user experience across all platforms and devices that didn't compromise the beautifully crafted design.
Randall Hendrickson, Ph.D., Director of Faculty Development, Jack Miller Center