The University of West London has appointed CTI Digital to produce a major website redesign following a multi-agency procurement process.
The project will encompass a discovery process, web development, hosting, support and continual development. The new website will include the delivery of a new content management system through the open source software Drupal, containing the tools to give UWL site managers more creative control over future campaigns. In addition, CTI will play a key role in forming the long-term digital strategy of the university.
Professor Anthony Woodman, deputy vice-chancellor and provost for health at the University of West London said: “UWL places great importance on continuous investment in its facilities and infrastructure, and its website is no exception. We want to give our users a positive, useful and seamless web experience, and we have selected CTI Digital as our digital partner to deliver on this strategic and high value project for us.”
Paul Johnson, drupal director at CTI Digital, said: “We’re delighted to have been chosen to deliver a project of such immense strategic importance for such a forward – looking and ambitious organisation as the University of West London. Our team is highly motivated to deliver a market-leading digital platform, further enhancing UWL’s competitive edge in the national and global education marketplace.”