Sites for Scholars; WordPress websites tailored to academic needs

WordPress / DIVI websites tailored to academic needs

Website ESDIT research program (2022)

Website ESDIT research program (2022)

For the ESDIT research program on socially disruptive technologies we made a design that re-uses the oval shapes in their logo. Since the program involves more than 100 researchers, we made sure that you can apply various filters to the people page to quickly find researchers of interest to you. Make sure to also check out the publication page and the research lines!

Conference website (2022)

Conference website (2022)

For this conference website we did not use WordPress, but the website builder offered by the company that takes care of registration and abstract handling. The out-of-the box options are limited, but fortunately it is possible to add custom styling through CSS code (the language that is also used to style WordPress sites).

Academic resume website (2021)

Academic resume website (2021)

For PhD student Nurit Nobel we created a clean and simple academic resume site that also includes some information on her professional experience and outreach activities.

Website Clean Shipping Project (2021)

Website Clean Shipping Project (2021)

A website for a research project on sustainable and inclusive value chains for producing maritime biofuels. The research team has been put on the site with the help of our own DIVI Person Plus Module, a plugin that allows you to display researchers with links to e.g. their Academia, ResearchGate and GoogleScholar profiles.

Sub-Site for the Future Markets Consultation (2020)

Sub-Site for the Future Markets Consultation (2020)

For the Future Markets Consultation, a program of events closing off the ‘Good Markets’ research project, we developed and maintained a website documenting the consultation process, including an essay contest and a series of online events. The site is running on a sub-domain of the Moral Markets web portal, and has its own header, footer, menu and color scheme. It thus looks like a separate site, yet content can easily be placed on both websites.