It's been a busy, festive and fun-filled month for our team, launching 39 brand new websites for schools and multi-academy trusts. We've also enjoyed seeing several of our Essential websites launch recently. Essential websites are our most versatile, cost-effective offering, allowing schools to purchase a fully-responsive, personalised website, built onto our secure, scalable and robust Content Management System from as little as £999.
We've highlighted a selection of our bespoke December latest lives below - perhaps these innovative designs will inspire you to contact our team about starting off 2020 with an exciting new website project of your own?
From everyone here at e4education, we wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a happy, healthy and successful 2020.
Unique shapes and patterns are always a favourite at the e4education offices. We utilised the pentagonal shape from the 5 Dimensions logo throughout their design for extra flair - especially within the burger menu. We then created a standardised design for their schools - Shenley Brook End School and The Hazeley Academy with small tweaks to colours, fonts and house points to highlight elements of individuality.
Clean, clear and stylishly practical. Edgbaston College's new website is both fresh and functional - allowing users easy access to the information they want to find.
A balanced mix of contemporary modern and illustrated individuality. An overlay of guiding lines, illustrated characters and icons adds the perfect finishing flourishes to this primary school website.
Following the launch of the Passmores Academy website in September, we were excited to see this fantastic MAT website go live this month. Featuring colourful lines, subtle watermarks and beautiful photography alongside clear links to each school - this is a strong example of how minimalistic design can be used to powerful effect.
A Trust website presence has various purposes - to attract new schools, to attract new staff, to reassure parents and to promote the culture, ethos and values of the MAT as a whole.
The Staploe Education Trust website successfully achieves all of these aims with its focused homepage, user-friendly navigation menu and informative content. With a clear emphasis on USPs over the slideshow, a feature predicted to be a key design trend of 2020, this site is already ahead of the curve!
A clearly defined splash page, striking images and well-positioned calls to action make this Wiltshire based secondary school stand out from a crowd.
Time was of the essence for this website launch. Working to a strict deadline, due to their previous website being retired by their old provider at the end of the year, we worked with The Duke of York's Royal Military School to improve and enhance their design, before rebuilding it into our secure, scalable and robust content management system. We're thrilled with the results and look to forward to working with them throughout the new year and beyond.
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