eduStyle, founded January 24, 2007, is a web design gallery dedicated to higher education websites and powered by higher education web design professionals. Users submit, review, and comment on sites they like (or don't like). The aim is for higher ed web professionals to learn from and be inspired by the work of their peers. There are currently over 6000 sites in the gallery and a community of over 4000 actives users.
Founded in 2008, each year the eduStyle Awards recognize the best in higher ed web design. Awards are given as both people's choice and judged. Learn more about the Awards.
eduStyle publishes books and reports on higher ed web design. The first book, the eduStyle Guide to Usable Higher Ed Homepage Design was published in 2009. In 2013 we added the Research Report on Higher Ed Navigation Trends. The next publication is scheduled for late 2013 and will focus on interface design. Learn more about eduStyle publications.
To strengthen our efforts to raise the level of higher ed web design, eduStyle provides custom site reviews. Learn more about our services.
eduStyle was founded by Stewart Foss. Stewart is an author, educator and designer. He has worked in higher ed web design since 2003. He has held managing web positions with two schools, Athabasca University and MacEwan University. He current teaches online through HigherEdExperts.com and in the classroom through Lethbridge College. He is the co-author of the eduStyle Guide to Usable Higher Ed Homepage Design. He is the principle at Demand Creativity.
Can I submit my own site?
Can I submit someone else's site?
How are sites approved for the gallery?
We review every site that is submitted and as long as the site is related to a college or university it is approved for the general gallery. The Noteworthy section is curated by our founder, Stewart Foss.
Can I vote on my own site?
Can I submit a site I don't really like?
Can I link to eduStyle?