Americaneagle.com worked with the New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE) to redevelop their website. NYCDOE is the largest school district in the United States, with 1,800 schools and 135,000 teachers serving 1.1 million students. NYCDOE’s website was running on the antiquated Microsoft Content Management Server 2002, a CMS whose support was ended in 2009. The site was 10 years old, and contained more than 10,000 pages, and more than 15,000 PDFs. No use cases had been developed, navigation was difficult, and the site was not accessible, nor was it available in as many languages as the district desired.
NYCDOE had selected the Sitefinity CMS before selecting a solution partner. Americaneagle.com’s experience with Sitefinity made us a natural fit for the department’s redesign. Americaneagle.com began the project with a strategy phase to establish information architecture and user stories to best establish the new site. With the incredible volume of content on the site, and the necessity to make it not only accessible, but multilingual, was paramount.
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More than 20 different Americaneagle.com resources across all disciplines worked to ensure NYCDOE’s live site met the needs of its users.