case: Universidad de Belgrano
The web of knowledge
We successfully collaborated with the University of Belgrano in Argentina to overhaul their Content Management System and integrate marketing tools with a fully responsive website (UX).
Shaping the learning pathway
Our work for the University focused on restructuring their Content Management System to effectively share their academic programs and related information.
To achieve this, it was essential to consider various factors: a user interface capable of containing all the necessary data, the implementation of tools for the business unit's self-management, and a system to keep track of completed forms.
Addressing these needs, we presented a CMS that empowers the University to connect with current and future students, teachers, and administrators.
- Restructuring of the Content Management System
- Integration with marketing tools
- Development of a responsive and easy-to-navigate website
At the beginning of this journey, we carefully selected a specific set of tools for this project. First and foremost, we utilized Drupal to establish a well-founded architecture that laid the groundwork for the entire plan. Subsequently, we proceeded to develop the FrontEnd with the primary goal of creating a responsive website (UX) that allowed users to navigate through degrees, postgraduate programs, and other departments. To complement this, we set up marketing tools to fill and keep track of the forms in the CMS. Additionally, we implemented DevOps and managed Kubernetes clusters with Rancher for container orchestration, automating deployments, scaling, and management.
We successfully achieved the objectives and delivered a robust website that met the University’s requirements. Our accomplishment included a navigable, user-friendly, and responsive interface that was also manageable for the institution in the long term. Furthermore, the site empowers users to stay fully informed about the available programs and possibilities within the institute.
At the end of the day, the University of Belgrano expressed satisfaction with the final result, and we were pleased to have contributed to this academic endeavor.
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