Higher Education websites provide their students, faculty, and staff with a wealth of information and resources. Yet, many of these web visitors struggle to access what they are looking for due to confusing navigation, chaotic design, and lack of mobile responsiveness. Through strategic design and site architecture, a university website can achieve:
Unlocking Success in Higher Education Web Development
Balance can be difficult to achieve with Higher Education web design. Students and staff have different objectives when browsing their school’s site, technology standards are continually changing, and there are multiple departments to manage. However, here at Atlantic BT, we welcome the challenges of Higher Ed projects.
Collaborating with Higher Ed professionals makes the experience even more worthwhile. A shared passion for an exemplary user experience will band any team together.
We partner with educational institutions for web design, software development, content strategy, and more. Building a digital strategy is a collaborative effort, and we work closely with partners to craft their solutions.
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Continue learning about higher ed projects by downloading some of our free resources. Our case studies and guides use real-world examples and research to offer solutions.
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