Want to Build a Website?
For units looking to build out their websites internally, there are a number of resources available at Georgia Tech that can help you along the way. These include:
- Design direction documentation.
- Site research templates.
- Web development guidance.
- Centrally created and supported website themes.
- Additionally, there are a number of groups at the Institute that regularly share knowledge in this space.
Need to Hire a Website Vendor?
For those considering hiring a third party for their website work, Georgia Tech has an enterprise-wide contract in place that allows you to quickly get estimates from a group of pre-approved vendors. Learn more: How to Hire a Website Vendor.
Not Sure Where to Start?
We recommend checking out our guide: A Non-Web Developer's Guide to a Website Redesign, a step-by-step walkthrough of the process.
How-to guides, tips, tricks, and other resources for the Georgia Tech web development community.
Resources to help communicators create meaningful, cohesive, engaging, and sustainable content that attracts our target audiences.
Continuity of the graphical user interface from site to site is an important practice as part of user-friendly design. It also helps to strengthen Georgia Tech's brand visual identity.
Drupal 8 Theme
Tour the expanded layout abilities of the Georgia Tech Drupal 8 theme (Curie) and the new Layout Builder. See examples of page layouts and instructions for their creation.