Education Without Limits

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The exceptional quality of the education provided at Westminster Theological Seminary is internationally renowned. But how can classes be redesigned to enhance learning for a new generation of online students, who aren't physically present on campus?

Convenience & Quality

Push10 partnered with WTS to develop a new brand and promotional materials for Westminster Online Learning. We then turned our efforts to crafting an advanced, easy-to-use website that is solely focused on delivering a world-class education online.

Cutting Edge Tools

With flexible programs, students can tailor their educational journey to accommodate their own unique lifestyle. Engaging online instruction videos and animations allow students to see concepts in whole new ways, while Facebook integration mimics the personalized experience of a physical classroom.



WTS Online Education Website Design & Development in Philadelphia

A Successful Launch

The buzz around the new Westminster Online Learning program was so great that classes were sold out well in advance of the first semester.

Testimonial

Rich testimonials scattered throughout the site help boost visitor confidence.

Modern Animation

Subtle animations bring the page to life as the user scrolls

Educational Platform

A special section of the site is dedicated to the educational platform, tools, and techniques used for collaboration. This helps set WTS apart from the competition.

Push10 Testimonial

Our team is floored with the direction on this. Love everything… agree with literally every idea you have here…. Just fantastic.

Chris Carter, Director of Online Learning

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