The WebReForm hub provides clear, timely and informative updates about the Website Review and Transformation project 

The Website Review and Transformation project (WebReForm for short) will develop a new website for Royal Holloway that provides a modern and engaging experience for our external audiences.  

The new site will support our ambition to strengthen our reputation and grow student numbers in order to ensure we continue to be a strong, successful and sustainable university in a competitive market. You can find out more on the About the Project page and contact the project team via webreform@royalholloway.ac.uk



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Jun 24 2018

WebReForm continues – a pause to review

WebReForm continues – a pause to review
May 01 2018

You're invited to see our new website

On Wednesday 9 May, from 2-3pm in Arts Lecture Theatre three, colleagues are invited to come along to a live presentation led by James Dodd, Head of Digital
Apr 26 2018

Our new website

On Wednesday 18 April, a live presentation was held showcasing a preview of our new website as well as providing an understanding on how we've worked on the redesign to improve the user experience
Mar 01 2018

Optimising content for the new website

Find out about the approach and principles we have used to content optimisation
Feb 15 2018

Go-live of the new website – what is MVP?

Find out what MVP is and what it means for WebReForm
Dec 20 2017

Our new CMS – Umbraco

Intuitive, streamlined content process
Nov 03 2017

Website content governance

Establishing roles and keeping content fresh and accurate
May 25 2017

WebReForm FAQs vol 1

Answers to the WebReForm questions on everyone's lips.
Apr 12 2017

What do the users of our website need?

Exploring user needs diagrams
Mar 24 2017

Staff input on website audience and content

Harnessing internal knowledge and expertise
Mar 16 2017

Exploring the digital expectations of students

Defining requirements for a user-focused website
Feb 27 2017

Introducing the Website Review and Transformation project

Launch article