A home page that knows which course you're going to apply for! Personalisation during clearing presents highly relevant information.
Evolve is our take on the traditional retainer. Evolve subscriptions redefine ongoing working relationships with SMILE, all at a no-brainer price-point.
Is the prospectus still relevant in the classic format, or is it time to consider a change? In this webinar with Akero Data Labs, we look at what prospects want, and how it can be provided.
The DELTA Academies Trust were looking to replace their current network of over 50 primary and secondary school websites.
Hijack 2.0 has changed the way that we approach live chat in the backend of WordPress, find out how we have done this.
Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is the term used to describe the learning activities professionals engage in to develop and enhance their abilities.
The all new Sampad Arts website has launched! Sampad’s mission is to connect people with South Asian and British Asian Arts and Heritage, and to play a cutting-edge role in the creative economy.
At SMILE, we’ve been designing and building websites for the education sector for over a decade. That decade has taught us a lot. Recent years have seen our experience develop into a suite of education-specific products and plugins. Until now…
Coventry University has been running online events throughout the 2020 pandemic. But with digital fatigue setting in, they wanted to take a different approach to applicant visit days. To stand out from their peers, they turned to SMILE.
The all-new University of Gloucestershire website has launched. This project includes so many things that we've wanted to see in flagship websites. This high-profile development took over a year to realise and saw SMILE work with stakeholders from across the university at all levels.
SMILE are now endorsed by CampusPress - the leading supplier of WordPress hosting to the HE sector globally.
Bradford College is the first SMILE project designed and built to take full advantage of WordPress' new Gutenberg Editor. Jon Bates spoke to the key SMILE team members behind this project to find out more.