A California school dramatically improved its online interaction with students by hiding its back-end systems behind an elegant user interface that integrates them all.
When students have negative interactions with a school’s online systems, it hurts the brand and the bottom line—problems that are all too common in higher education. Luckily, there’s a relatively painless design fix.
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