These days, colleges and universities across the country are rejecting the staid, traditional approach to websites in favor of unique function and aesthetics that appeal to the most web-savvy group of prospective students ever to live. So, what will they see that makes an impact? At the websites of these 11 schools, big and small, students will get a unique experience that just may be enough to inspire them to click, “Apply.”
We're proud to announce that EDUCO has been selected by the Grossman Institute for Neuroscience at the University of Chicago to redesign their website built on Wordpress into a scalable and easy to manage CMS.
We're proud to announce that EDUCO has been selected by The Family Institute at Northwestern University to redesign the website built on Joomla into a scalable and easy to manage CMS.
We're proud to announce that EDUCO has been selected by Loyola University to redesign the website for the Center for Digital Ethics & Policy into a scalable and easy to manage CMS.
What makes a good university website? When you consider that most college websites exist for similar functions and goals, trends and patterns start to emerge. We've used our experience auditing, building, and analyzing websites to provide these 5 Pillars of Effective College Websites.
For many Universities their website is primarily seen as recruitment tool which should actively attract prospective students, support them as they gather information, and ultimately lead them to complete an application. However, the experience that many Universities have in place seems to be frustrating their audience rather than engaging them.
We're proud to announce that EDUCO has been selected by the Coyne College executive team to aid in a web redesign and development project.
The college application process has become a purely one-sided conversation. Each University's application experience is slightly different, but they have one thing in common. None of them are trying to create a curated experience for each potential type of applicant. We want to help bring some student feedback to the conversation and help Universities better empathize with their audience.
Are Illinois Universities web savvy? We reviewed 107 Illinois colleges and universities — here's what we found.
I often get asked by potential higher-ed clients, "what makes a good college website?" There are a few different criteria we used to judge the sites listed here, but in general, the most successful colleges are focused on building a great experience for their students online with rich, accessible program content and clear calls to action.