Case Study

EEACS: Highlighting a Local School’s Innovation

Digital Marketing, UI/UX Design

To help engage new students and showcase the school to the community, Executive Education Academy Charter School in Allentown needed a new web design to highlight its rigorous academics, its standout students, and its lasting impact.

Case Study

EEACS: Highlighting a Local School’s Innovation

Digital Marketing, UI/UX Design

To help engage new students and showcase the school to the community, Executive Education Academy Charter School in Allentown needed a new web design to highlight its rigorous academics, its standout students, and its lasting impact.

Using WordPress to Show Their Impact

EEACS is one of the Lehigh Valley’s leading charter schools. With a corporate curriculum focused on business practices, technology, and communications, the school gives students in grades K-12 the skills they need to succeed in the classroom, in college, and in their future careers. EEACS wanted visitors to the site to discover what makes the school different right away, so the web design that gives off a unique high educational feel.

  • User research
  • WordPress development
  • Sitemap development
  • New photography
  • Professional video shoots
  • Events calendar integration
  • Content creation
  • Multi-lingual capabilities
  • Social media integration
  • SEO updates
  • Blog post writing
  • dotcomm awards logo

    Outcomes


    KDG won a Gold DotComm Award for Executive Education Academy Charter School's new site.

  • Outcomes


    EEACS’s diverse student body speaks Spanish, Arabic, and more. To ensure the site is accessible to them and their families, the site’s content can be displayed in ten different languages.

  • Outcomes


    The site’s WordPress platform means that EEACS faculty can easily update the site, adding or removing pages, changing text, and creating new events. The site is also fully flexible, ADA compliant, and mobile-responsive.

  • Outcomes


    Press releases about school events have been picked up by news sources across the Lehigh Valley, including The Morning Call, WFMZ, and The Express-Times.