Since December 2018, the EPFL website has had a new and more modern graphic identity.
Through this change, we wanted to meet several needs: change CMS to move from Jahia to WordPress; make information accessible to all and understandable by users; ensure readability on all types of devices.
This change was accompanied by the creation of new functionalities to facilitate layout and automate certain processes.
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Four to six times a year, EPFL webmasters will be updated on the main new features of our website.
The graphic elements of the site are based on a style guide developed by an external agency, as well as on the visual identity of EPFL.
In order to ensure the cohesion of the entire site, rules and recommendations have been written for EPFL webmasters.
The web editorial guidelines are intended to set down content production rules (texts, visuals, sounds).The web editorial guidelines are intended to set down content production rules (texts, visuals, sounds). These principles will serve several goals:- for people visiting the site, these guidelines form a reading guide: the guidelines feature markers that facilitate page reading and (…)