For the University of Turin, Dev4Side has implemented a web site for the promotion of client's projects.
In this website, the evidence is given to specific pages: the team, the research areas, patents and news. The customer, using the content management system, can control several features that the website provides, as updating the content, managing text communications between authorized users and track stocks of materials.
We build the CMS around customer needs
The website is built on top of the powerful Umbraco CMS in order to deliver to the customer the flexibility to individually manage the contents of the website. After the requirements are fully understood, we write the specification in order to deliver a web site focused on customer needs. We will take care of customizing everything until the customer gets the full control in managing entirely the content of the site with no additional headache. You get the flexibility that you ask.
We have the best designers
Not sure how your site should look? Before the actual coding of the web site, we study the requirements and elaborate the user interface around the customer's needs. Until we are not 100% sure that all your expectations are met, we won't start coding! Check our Dev4Side Method to discover more how we work.
Your site is 100% supported in mobiles and tablets
Responsive Web design is a Web design approach aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices (from mobile phones to desktop computer monitors).
The university of Turin's web site is build using this technique in order to fit in any display. The content is automatically adapted if you are browsing the site using your smartphone or tablet. Still not clear? Why don't you try to re-size the window of your browser while you are reading this? Do you see how it works?
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Technical skills applied
ASP.NET Web Forms
Project execution times
- 5 Analysis
- 5 Interface design
- 2 Usability testing
- 2 Software engineering
- 15 Coding
- 4 Beta testing
- 1 Deployment