Leeds Trinity University is pleased to announce that it will be collaborating with TERMINALFOUR and Absolute as part of its website redevelopment project.
TERMINALFOUR has been chosen as the University's new Content Management System and Search Solution provider, whilst Absolute will be designing the 'look and feel' of the new website. They will co-create the new Digital Pattern Library, from which the new website will be built.
Phill Dixon, Chief Operating Officer at Leeds Trinity University, said: "The two companies have been selected due to their outstanding knowledge of the Higher Education sector and their reputations for delivering high-quality website experiences through close collaboration with in-house university web and digital teams.
"We're looking forward to working with both companies over the next few months, during a very exciting time as our project and our website begins to develop."
Stephen Grice, Senior Project Manager at TERMINALFOUR, said: "Leeds Trinity University has a very ambitious, cutting edge digital strategy. We are delighted to be the web content management and digital engagement platform that will underpin their future success.
"There is a real opportunity for the University to embrace some of the most modern techniques. Techniques that will help them compete in an environment where potential students have such high online expectations. We are delighted to be partners with them for this particular project and well into the future."
Chris Hodgen, MD of Absolute, said: "We are delighted to be working with Leeds Trinity University at this exciting time. From our experience in the HE sector, we understand the importance of having a distinctive and intuitive web platform, and the Leeds Trinity team have a powerful, user-focussed vision for their digital presence. We are honoured to have been appointed to support them in making this happen."
TERMINALFOUR and Absolute were chosen as partners for the project after a competitive tender process. Both organisations will begin working with the University in September 2019 with a first version of the University's new website expected to be live in spring 2020.
Find out more about TERMINALFOUR and Absolute.