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The was one of the most demanding projects in the history of Eura7. With a lot of content and the complexity of information architecture we succeeded in preparing a suitable website structure which would work for both groups of users - one being the general public, with different degrees of Internet familiarity, and a second one - website administrators. Through multi-level content management, visual editing of texts and a simultaneous uploading of many illustrations, we dramatically shortened the time and effort required from the web page administrator.

The execution of the whole project proceeded at an impressive pace, since the website had to be completed in less than three months – to serve the audience from all over the world who came to Kraków for the World Youth Days. The website meets WCAG 2.0 standards at the AA level (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines), set out in the Act on Accessibility of Websites of Public Entities. Following these requirements ensures that web content can be accessed by a wide audience, including visitors with hearing or viewing disabilities.

Customer opinion

While working on the task we were faced with many challenges, including the need to merge the content of two previous websites into one and create a coherent information architecture for this final one. The graphic design had to respect the new visual identification and a custom CMS was implemented to ease the management of a huge amount of information. Cooperating with the Eura7 team we successfully achieved all goals set, which resulted in owning a user-friendly, professional and reliable site.
Gabriela Prokocka-KazekDirector of the Małopolska Brand Department at the Marshal's Office of the Małopolska Region
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