Netmagik developed a mobile-responsive, modern website for the University of Central Florida Research Lab.
Complex Adaptive Systems Research Laboratory needed to update its site to help better communicate the capabilities of their program to users and potential customers.
The goal was to add new research projects that are part of research themes, new and existing publications, people directory, information about the new Masters of Science in Data Analytics, Blog section, careers and contact information.
Netmagik developed a color scheme to match UCF main colors, organized beautiful image directory to highlight website sections. Custom post types and custom fields were used for Themes and Projects section, Publications, People Profiles. Netmagik developed customized archive pages for Research Themes, Projects, Publications, People, and News/Events. Creative additions were integrated, such as animated text, transitions, gradients, and row separators.
Since a team of graduate students will be assisting in future updates, the user interface was designed to make it simple to add/update research papers, people profiles and news articles.
People profiles are separated by a department, divided by graduate, undergraduate, and faculty.
Research projects are separated into separate categories, as Themes can contain multiple research projects.
Among the development performed are:
- Rotating home page banner that the client can update
- People directory that the client can update
- Open career positions that the client can update
- Projects directory that the client can update
- Latest news + events that the client can update
- Published papers directory that the client can update
- Multi-user registration capability with different access permissions
- Quality Control and cross-browser and cross-device testing
- Content Migration
- Page redirects from the old website
- Custom post types and custom fields
- Accessibility and Usability
- Optimizations for faster loading
- Search Engine Optimization
Website Before Redesign:
After Redesign – Research Themes Page
This page features interactive rollovers:
Responsive screen display on iPad