Mona School of Business celebrates 10 with new website
McBean... A modern and responsive website is critical.

The Mona School of Business and Management (MSBM) marks its 10th anniversary with a new-look website in a celebration of innovation and excellence.

With a bold and modern look featuring greater visual consistency and standardisation, the new design allows for more streamlined menus and easier navigation and offers an improved mobile experience.

They focussed on simplifying and updating content, providing more resources for students and providing a modern, fresh look for their constituents.

"One of our core values is 'innovation', and we are always mindful of the realities of the dynamic environment in which we operate and the need to be agile and responsive to the demands of the market," was how Dr David McBean, executive director, MSBM, described the thrust behind the new website.

The redesign process involved benchmarking against international business schools and receiving feedback from various stakeholders as part of a user testing group.

In addition to the website, MSBM's digital strategy includes communicating with stakeholders through social media platforms and mobile apps. "A modern and responsive website is critical to how we engage with our stakeholders in this environment. As we commemorate the tenth anniversary of the merger of the former MSB and DOMS, this is an opportune time for us to launch this redesigned website as we celebrate a decade of innovation and excellence," said Dr McBean.

The website redesign is a critical component of the school's digital transformation agenda as the website is the digital gateway to the school and supports engagement with stakeholders, including current and prospective students, faculty, administrators, alumni, as well as members of the business community and the general public.

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