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CASE

About CASE

The Council of Alumni for Social Enterprise (CASE) is a 501C3 non-profit organization made up of alumni from various schools at Harvard that want to demonstrate their deep support for the increased focus on social enterprise at the university.

CASE’s overarching mission is to support further education and the contribution of graduate students and alumni to important global and social issues.

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Project Requirements

BluEnt was given the responsibility to redesign the client’s website, as well as maintain and manage case studies data for CASE.

CASE wanted the following features in the website:

  • Aesthetically pleasing

  • User friendly and simple navigation

  • Manage archive research studies and make those available online to users

  • More than 20 pages. The content was provided by the client 

  • Easy addition of new website sections and features in future

  • SEO friendly

The BluEnt Approach

We had a meeting with the client. Based on the site’s goals, client requirements and our expertise, we designed 4 homepage templates.

After receiving the client’s approval for the homepage design, we designed inner pages for approval before moving forward.

We converted the design in html and worked on database structure designing and development along the way to store archive case studies.

The website we developed had the following features:

  • xHTML/CSS based component

  • Simple navigation and aesthetically pleasing look

  • Improved usability and accessibility of content

  • Search Engine Optimized (SEO)

Technology
Stack

  • Adobe Suite

  • HTML

  • CSS

  • PHP

  • MySQL

  • JavaScript

Maximum Value. Achieved.

BluEnt believes in exceptional, timely services for all our clients. We leave no stone unturned for them.

The client was happy with the project delivery and the approach we followed. The project was delivered as per expectations.

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