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Oct. 21, 2015 9:44 am

A Baltimore agency designed Yale’s new website

Fastspot worked on the project for nearly a year.

Birds on the Yale homepage.

(Screenshot)

Fastspot added to its list of web design projects for big institutions recently with a redesign for Yale University’s main website.

The Mill No. 1-based firm used the Drupal CMS for the project, which took nearly a year.

See the new site

The idea was to present the New Haven, Conn., university as a deep repository for educational resources and home of world-renowned art collections, as well as a warm and engaging community.

In a statement, Fastspot President Tracey Halvorsen called the redesign a “unique and exciting challenge.”

Fastspot has also worked on the websites of Lafayette College, the University of San Francisco and the College of Saint Rose.

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