The University of Notre Dame on Wednesday (Oct. 17) unveiled a new layout and design for its central website, www.nd.edu. It is the first redesign of the website in six years.
“Best practices in the web space have evolved dramatically in the past six years,” said Paul J. Browne, vice president for public affairs and communications. “The new site features a clean design built for an intuitive user experience. Aesthetics throughout the website will be fresh, with much of the content new or updated.”
The new site showcases University priorities such as research, the undergraduate experience, faith and internationalization. New sections are dedicated to these themes and come to life through vibrant storytelling and gorgeous photography and videos. The rich and vibrant campus life at Notre Dame is also more visible.
The launch marks the culmination of an 11-month project led by the University’s Office of Public Affairs and Communications, in collaboration with campus partners. The content, design and build of the site was completed entirely in-house with members of OPAC’s Web and Strategic Content teams.