Could 2019 finally be the year you tackle a major website redesign for your college or university? A redesign can be a daunting task that stretches your time, resources, and budget. But consider the lost opportunity costs that come with procrastinating this all-important undertaking: a decrease in or loss of prospective students for your school.
If you’re ready to make the move, here are five posts to help get you started:
- How Do You Know When It’s Time for a Site Redesign?
Assess your website to determine if it’s time for a redesign. Website technology is always changing, which means you have to constantly evolve if your school is going to stay in the game.
- Responsive Design in No Time! How to Redesign on a Deadline
If your website is not responsive, you’ve got to make a change sooner than later. Here’s how to do it on a tight schedule.
- College Website Redesign: Who Should Manage It?
Too many people managing a redesign can complicate the project. Too few people involved leaves you to do all the work. But the right amount of people on your team can help you cut through red tape, figure out what to include and/or delete, and make your website redesign project a success.
- 300 Content Contributors + 2 Redesign Efforts = 1 Awesome Website
Website redesign involves evaluating content and deciding who will have the authority to create and edit what goes on your site.
- Website Redesign: Terms to Know
Unfamiliar terminology can make the process of a website redesign seem more daunting than it really is. Knowing certain terms will make it easier to talk all things design related.
Before you dive head first into your school’s website redesign, take some time to read our white paper Website Audit: Cleaning Up Your Content Before a Redesign.