Category Archives: UX

Making year-end giving easy

New York University torch logoIn recent weeks, we were very happy to lend UX and coding expertise to New York University in order to streamline the design of their online “Give Now” form.

Year-end donations are a big part of any University’s annual fund-raising campaign. In order to maximize NYU’s push for last-minute 2014 gifts, we worked closely with the school’s Development and Alumni Relations group to pare-down and simplify their online donations form, making it easy for alumni and others to give targeted gifts to the fund of their preference.

NYU's Give Now form

We are always happy to help our clients make things easier!

Supporting NYU

NYU logoBoyle Software is proud to continue a long tradition of work for New York University.

We did our first work for NYU over ten years ago; and last year we expanded the relationship and started migrating various schools and departments to the University’s implementation of the Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) content management system.

Last month we started designing and developing new, custom functionality for NYU, including coding new AEM components. In addition to CMS work, we continue to assist several NYU departments with UX design as well as a broad mix of front- and back-end coding.

A school as large, global and diverse as NYU will always have new technology challenges; and we’re thrilled to play a part in crafting smart solutions for them.

If you missed it, please check out this blog piece about Uwe Kristen’s discussion of responsive design, given a couple of months ago at NYU.