Explore the fresher, expanded Brandman.edu
Brandman University’s website has gotten an upgrade.
Brandman.edu relaunched on Wednesday, Oct. 18. The new design is responsive (meaning it works on screens of all sizes, including mobile) and integrates stories previously found on brandmannews.org.
“We want a fresher look that conveys what Brandman is all about: providing supportive, flexible education to adult learners in a nonprofit higher education space,” said Roger Lee, executive vice chancellor and chief marketing officer for the university.
The website design is a collaboration with Vitro, the university’s full-service advertising marketing agency. Assistant Vice Chancellor Diana Santos, who heads the Marketing Department’s digital and media team, and Vice Chancellor of Information Technology and Chief Information Officer Hamid Etesamnia led the university side of the project. The IT team behind the new site are Luke Bixler, Ali Zaidi, Andrew Mock and Samul Jobalia.
Visitors to the site will find it easier to learn details about the university’s more than 80 programs and their benefits. That means not just the courses they can take but the skills they’ll learn, potential careers aligned to the degree, ways of taking classes and benefits of attending Brandman.
News of the university and profiles and activities of its students, alumni, faculty and staff can be found under the “news and events” tab.
Other features include:
- New custom photos
- A friendlier tone and voice with scannable content
- More testimonials from current and former students
- Improved navigation and accessibility
- A section for Brandman’s many business partners
- A more dynamic and fresh visual approach to match the university’s goal of being a leader in the field of adult education
The new design has been in progress for many months with input from people throughout the university. Questions about the site or reporting of problems should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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