Innovative type distinguishes SVA’s site along with their full use of scrolling, a somewhat rare feature in education web design, but one that works with a page showcasing student work.
BJU’s site utilizes precise scrolling between striking photography to pique the interest of future students.
This page has a striking, minimal design and colorscape evocative of Scandinavia.
A well designed page from UCLA’s school of Architecture and Urban Design. The mouseover effect actually works as a way to categorize content (orange for news, blue for events, etc.).
A gripping read! UB’s site introduces the university in six chapters. Bright-on the money!
Well-integrated and organized content up top, scroll down to find more of the same.
This multi-campus seminary’s site features clean and captivating design.
This Japanese U’s site engages users with fun scrolling effects. Memorable and dynamic.
More excellent design from abroad, the Portuguese University of Coimbra delivers beautifully curated historical information.
This site manages to set an inspiring visual precedent for future students, and, designed by a former student, acts as a SCAD portfolio in itself.