Phase 2

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Once we have the new architecture in place and our team trained on the new content management system (CMS), we will turn our attention to our colleges, schools and institutes who have not yet undergone a redesign. Each site will go through our project management process which involves discovery, information architecture, content strategy framework, design, development and quality assurance stages.

We will also consult with colleges currently running the Web Standards theme (AddRan, Fine Arts, Harris and Schieffer) to discuss site migration to the new CMS.

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