Our team loves a good challenge, which is why we love taking on higher education web projects.
They always bring with them a ton of moving parts: from user experience and visual design to content and functionality. All of these parts have to work together seamlessly to produce an amazing finished product. The very thought makes us more excited than a freshman who just set foot on campus.
Integrity is proud to have worked with some impressive higher education institutions over the years. This week, we're featuring case studies from these great universities:
We developed a serious case of Spartan spirit (no, not that kind) when we teamed up with Missouri Baptist University to redesign its web experience. The Integrity team got to work figuring out the best way to show off and strengthen the MBU brand to prospective students – and in turn drive enrollment.
What an honor it was to be chosen by one of the country's leading medical schools to redesign its website. Collaborating with the institution's stakeholders, we redeveloped the site to be a flexible, content manageable tool aligned with Northwestern's mission.
Our user experience gurus teamed up with the brilliant minds at the Neuroinformatics Research Group at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis for this epic undertaking. We audited and redesigned the user experience and graphical user interface of XNAT, the leading open-source archiving platform for imaging informatics.
There's plenty more to come from our relationship with Washington University as this year we were named one of the school's preferred agencies. Watch this space for more awesomeness!
Higher education demands a higher quality online user experience. Contact us to find out how we can serve your institution.
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