The client, who had declined multiple design concepts before I arrived, was eager to see and approve a homepage, one that would appeal to prospects and increase online applications. So, focusing there, I pulled important information out of PDF brochures that had previously littered the website and created a clear Call to Action for potential students. The client was pleased with my first iteration, and I continued to present our progress at the end of each sprint for review and approval.
Previously, users had to log into each site individually to make changes. Now, changing the tagline in the footer, for example, is done once in the national site database. Additionally, we recently added photo slideshows to the template and the ability to customize the template photos.
Job Corps Center website template