Established in 2012, CIMA aims to understand why our bone, joints and muscles function less well as we age, and why older people develop clinical diseases of these musculoskeletal tissues, such as arthritis or osteoporosis.
Richlyn was approached by CIMA to update their existing basic dated website and develop a professional, user-friendly website to provide information to CIMA funders, potential students etc. The website's main aim is to provide information regarding the objectives, work packages, profiles, expertise and facilities within CIMA.
|Features of this project|
|Website Design & Development||Dynamic Content||Web System|
With user-friendliness in mind Richlyn developed a modern, sleek and professional website packed with features to provide users with a pleasant experience whilst browsing.
Richlyn incorporated CIMA's current logo and colour scheme to design an eye catching and attractive website which gives users a positive first impression on CIMA. With a simple to use navigation system, Richlyns' web design team improved on CIMA's old website by creating a user friendly experience allowing users access to all aspects of the website with minimal fuss. Users are able to search for information on the website by using the simple search bar located on all pages which then quickly displays the search results. Located in the footer of the page, users can sign up for the CIMA mailing list to receive the latest CIMA newsletter when it is released.
The website also contains other CIMA related information in a professional, organised and easy to read format such as:
To help CIMA update their website with new content, Richlyn developed a bespoke and secure content management system for administrators to update content. Within the content management system, verified users are able to change page titles, images, and content etc via an easy to use "MS Word" style editor. Administrators are also able to view who is subscribed to the CIMA mailing list and manage accounts related to the content management system.