According to the 2019 E-Expectations® Trend Report, 76 percent of sophomores, juniors, and seniors begin by browsing the website for more information and then complete forms to learn more about programs, admission requirements, and campus life. On your website, you must consider how students will interact with and use the information provided by your college or university.
Additionally, the COVID-19 pandemic has left a lasting impact on colleges and universities. A strong online presence is one of the only ways to reach out to a larger audience and prosper in these unprecedented times.
Choosing a school (or not) can be a very personal and emotional decision. While your website design does not need to be fancy, it should clearly reflect your school's brand, mission, and values.
University websites can have a great deal of content, and not all of it lends itself to navigation in the same way. There are some pages that should be discovered and consumed through discovery, while others should be accessed via one-click access.
A museum's visitors are likely to return to it frequently if they find it interesting and regularly updated. You can encourage your regular visitors to sign up for your newsletters and membership groups.
Videos, Virtual Reality, Live Chat, and Online Consulting are just some of the new technologies that greatly enhance user experience. As most students conduct their research online before application, you need to do everything possible to lure them in.
People want to see real facilities, staff, students, events. You will have to work with a professional team to capture the best moments at your school.
Offering online booking, navigation direction, web/mobile app tour assistant can greatly enhance your visitors' experience if they want to visit the campus.
Connect and interact with your visitors as much as possible. Reach out to them via social media. Re-purpose your content to different formats and target audiences.
As a college, you do have a variety of audiences with different interests. It's important to structure your content wisely, and in various ways, so that users can find what they're looking for on your website.
Campus life is an important aspect for your students. Providing pictures, videos, live streams, virtual tours, and other helpful media content will allow visitors to experience campus life.
Schools are often required to cater to a wide audience, including people with disabilities. During COVID-19, some residential students face other challenges such as slow internet, no devices, limited access which makes learning a challenge.
Our team has researched the best websites and prepared an optimized structure and flow for you.
Our experts with experience in the industry will discuss the project objectives with you. If we can work with you toward a solution fit for your specific needs, we will calculate the exact cost and time to see if we can reach an agreement.
We understand the college & university industry and have put countless hours into perfecting the website design and features.
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