University Web Redesign Project
A New .EDU
We have reimagined our web presence from the ground up. From a fresh new look that captures the boldness and energy of Boise State, to an infrastructure that provides a solid, yet flexible foundation that prepares us for the future.
Whether you call it usability, interaction design, user experience or design thinking it’s all about designing a system that is intuitive and easy to use. Whether you’re a student, alumni, faculty, staff, donor or friend of the university, we considered your needs first and foremost.
Our website needs to be available and accessible to everyone regardless of disability or device used to access the website. This redesign represents a large step forward in our ongoing efforts that give members of the public and members of the university community full access to information on our site.
A Content-Based Approach
From our new advanced publishing tools based on WordPress, to dynamic data and user-generated social media, content and media take center stage as we endeavor to provide you with the most up-to-date, relevant information when you need it.
Desktop to Mobile and Everything in Between
We know our site needs to perform well on mobile devices, tablets and desktop machines. By considering the opportunities and challenges of each device we strive to deliver a seamless user experience no matter which device you choose.
The Project: Two Paths Converge
At Boise State we don’t shy away from change. Our can-do attitude is part of everything we do. That’s why Boise State’s Office of Communications and Marketing partnered with Boise State’s Office of Information Technology to build a robust migration system and a world-class cloud-based infrastructure, and with digital design and development agency Modern Tribe for a feature-rich, state-of-the-art web system. With the launch of the new website both projects have now joined together seamlessly.
A Process, Not an Event
With the launch of the university homepage, today marks an important step in the process of moving all university websites to the new system. In the coming days, weeks and months we will be working to migrate thousands of pages into the new site. Because our work is never done, we also will continue to add features and improvements as we go.