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September 21, 2010 By Hendrik-Jan Francke

Site Launch: Site for PBL@UD supports content growth and offers fresh copy

PBL@UD, a problem-based learning group at the University of Delaware, had a website overflowing with content. As an international leader in problem-based learning, PBL@UD needed a more advanced framework to hold their content, as well as stronger copywriting.

For this project, we focused a great deal on improving PBL@UD's Information Architecture (IA) and copy. With the new site structure, visitors can easily find answers about problem-based learning and take advantage of PBL@UD's resources—a big help for educators looking for workshops or sample problems for the classroom.

Using existing copy and our outside perspective, we created new copy that clearly highlights PBL@UD's core message.

The site for PBL@UD is our 5th website project affiliated with the University of Delaware. As always, we met the challenge of creating a unique look for the group that works with the university's brand.

To learn more about problem-based learning, check out PBL@UD's site.

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