Design a website that gets teachers excited about STEM education and health literacy.

Duquesne University
Freelance design services:
Website Design & Development
Tools used:
XD, Illustrator, Photoshop, Webflow
The Challenge

How can we get kids excited to learn in a way that’s colorful, fun and engaging?

The Partnership in Education had an outdated website that wasn’t mobile-friendly, user-friendly or internally-updateable. They wanted a site that was bright, fresh and energetic—one that really reflected their passion and purpose! Helpful, exciting educational resources were plentiful. But how would teachers know about them—and get them into their classrooms? The first step was simple…partner with THD!


Show off math and science resources galore!

To really show off the institute’s curriculum and offerings, I worked with the program’s internal marketing department to figure out the best structure and flow of content, which included a sortable grid and recommendations based on user-choices.

Using Webflow, I designed a modern website that is user-friendly, SEO-friendly, and easy-to-update internally. Custom tracking via Google Analytics was also implemented; now they know how many people are downloading resources and engaging with content.

visit live site
A website sharing innovative resources on STEM education and health literacy.
Duquesne University

We’re getting a lot more requests for resources than we did with our old site. I’m so happy people are finding us and using the tools you’ve designed to get their hands on our materials!”

Brinley Kantorski

Brinley Kantorski

Director of Education & Curriculum Development
The Partnership in Education at Duquesne University

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