Imperial website redesign
The Imperial website redesign project is underway. The project aims to deliver a fresh look and feel for the website, creating a compelling digital ‘shop window’ for Imperial.
This will include a new site-wide design, new page layouts, navigation, and information architecture, all based on user requirements. We will also incorporate the new Imperial brand, developed in parallel with this project. Accessibility and inclusivity will be at the heart of the new website design.
The discovery and consultation phase of the project will commence in June. This will involve reaching out to key stakeholders and audiences to gather requirements and ideas for the future direction of the Imperial website.
Alongside the website project, we will also implement an audience-focused content strategy. Working with teams across Imperial to audit-review and focus the content that has built up over the last ten years of the current website's life cycle.
The website will continue to be based on the TerminalFour (T4) Content Management System and hosting, that was upgraded in 2022. This approach means we do not need to rebuild the website from scratch on a new platform, saving time and money.
This project will also align closely with the Imperial brand project.
The new Imperial College London website will:
- Be sector leading.
- Represent Imperial as a leading STEMB University.
- Implement a new design and templates to represent the Imperial brand
- Have accessibility and inclusivity at its heart.
- Improve the user experience and way finding.
- Review and improve governance and content.
As part of the discovery phase for the website redesign, we will be auditing the content on the main Imperial website (managed by T4) to help content owners understand what content they have and how to get it in shape before the new website design is completed.
Find out more about the content audit and request an audit of your pages
If you would like to be consulted as part of the website redesign project, please register your interest by completing the volunteer form.
Additionally, if you have any questions about the website redesign project, please submit them via this query form.