New website for the South Asia Foundation

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After the GEDD Master website, a few weeks ago, history repeats itself with the website of the South Asia Foundation. Commissioned in 2010 by the late UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador Madanjeet Singh, we had created a website based on our CaMykS CMS.

Today, the foundation entrusted us with the creation of a new version of the website, for which we had to preserve the almost 1400 articles, not to mention the numerous pages that make up the site.

We therefore carried out a complete update of the existing website modules, in order to bring them the support of the latest versions of the server software. They were also rejuvenated with the optimizations of the latest versions of the CMS.

Technically up to date, we then undertook a complete redesign of the site's theme. Once again, this is an original creation. Created by our designers, the mock-ups were integrated pixel by pixel by our developers.

With a new responsive design, a new homepage, and optimization of the site for natural referencing, the site is back for another decade.

New website for the South Asia Foundation

This new project is another example of the follow-up and support Ideogram Design offers to its clients and their projects.

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