Responsive School Website Launched!

22nd October 2014

We’re delighted to say that we’ve recently launched Lyndhurst’s new website. The school transferred their site to us because they weren’t happy with their current content management system. The CMS was very limited and didn’t allow them full control over their website; the  design of their existing website was modern so we just added a few more features to make it more user and device friendly.

School Testimonial

“We really enjoyed working with Innermedia to upgrade our website. The team was easy to work with and  we cannot speak highly enough about the content management system. We love it! It has made updating the website simple, easy and enjoyable.”

Andrew Rudkin – Head


School CMS

Using our SchoolCMS platform means that Lyndhurst can make changes to their site without having to speak to developers/designers- every single page can be updated individually, with the option to add pages to any level of the site. The school’s web administration can even add information to one area of the platform and update multiple pages with it- it’s particularly useful when a new staff member arrives,

or a policy needs to be updated to a few different areas of the site.

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School Sites on Mobiles

As part of our update, we also made the site responsive. Our school sites receive 40-50% of their traffic from mobiles, which is why it’s imperative that these sites work quickly on 3G/4G and the navigation is optimised for mobile devices. We’ve also built a school app for them to separate traffic from existing parents and provide them with a way to find information they need quickly and easily. Our apps provide a 1-touch way to find policies, school menus, and other key documents.


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