The Stanford Identity site, built with Bootstrap, provides Stanford staff with the new signature, fonts, colors and photos for their web and print projects. We created header, footer and web font code snippets that site owners can simply copy and paste into their pages to utilize the new identity. And the site looks great on any computer, tablet or smartphone.
The Stanford content management system, “SR Manager”, which powers the Stanford home page, Events and News sites, was redesigned using the Twitter Bootstrap framework.
We launched a new version of the Stanford home page today. It’s not a full redesign but it does have some new features including:
- News banner – strong photography showcasing the best of Stanford
- “Stanford in Pictures” slideshow link (the old banner used to link to the slideshow)
- New footer with white text on a red background (old footer was black on white)
The Commencement web site just redesigned to feature a cleaner look and responsive layout.
The redesigned Stanford WordPress theme features a responsive layout and admin options for the menu, widgets and layout. The initial site to receive the new theme is our popular Dish blog.
The Loma Prieta site remembers the 1989 earthquake with articles and a photo gallery. The site features a bold new header and footer that will be used in new Stanford sites.
StanfordNYC seeks to launch a new hub of innovation in New York City by creating an applied sciences center for teaching and research.
The Home of Champions celebrates Stanford’s Scholar-Athlete Heritage at 100 NCAA Championships and counting.
The site was built with WordPress and features an interview with Condoleezza Rice.
STAN – Society, Technology, Art and Nature – featured inspiring Stanford speakers and performers in an intimate setting. It may serve as a model for a TEDx Event being considered for campus next spring. The site was built using WordPress and a custom theme created specifically for this event.
The Stanford Mobile site features the best Stanford content in a mobile-friendly layout for your iPhone or Android. We decided to use jQuery Mobile as the framework and it has worked really well for our needs.
Update: We are currently featured on jQuery Mobile and have been voted as the top-ranked mobile site!