Stanford’s School of Humanities and Sciences hired us to clarify the school’s brand as it relates to the school overall, and all of its other programs. This took the form of running our brand workshop and then applying the results to their website content and design strategy. The university website is a key property students and prospective students visit to learn about majors, find classes to take, learn about professors, and much more.
We applied a storytelling approach to the website that resulted in gorgeous page designs with copy that makes it easy to understand what H&S is, and how it relates to the overall university. There’s also a storytelling page template staff can use to share important news and information in a highly flexible, branded, visual storytelling manner.
Built with our partner, Advomatic, the site follows Level AA of the WCAG 2.o accessibility standards. Its component based design offers flexibility in page layouts and ease of use overall.