CIDRA, The University of Manchester (2005-2006)

cidra1-300x225The University of Manchester was mid-overhaul of its website when I joined May 2005. I felt that the development of a website for the “Centre for Interdisiciplinary Research in the Arts” (CIDRA) was key to the work that we were doing in promoting interdisciplinary research.

The site was deliberately designed to remain small, to ensure that the information could be regularly updated, particularly the number of events we were involved in. We had to work within the design specified by the University corporate identity, but the structure and information are carefully planned for easy access to the information

The above website was accompanied by appropriate offline marketing, including leaflets and posters, which I had overall responsibility for, working closely with the graphic designer to provide a cohesive message, working within University guidelines for colour, font, image use, etc.

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