Press Release: Website wins "Noteworthy Award"
The Denver Seminary website wins an award for excellence in web design.
Denver Seminary is the recipient a "Noteworthy Award" for the newly designed Denver Seminary website. Each month, design gallery EduStyle chooses two educational institutions that showcase quality web design. This month the users of EduStyle selected Denver Seminary's site (http://www.denverseminary.edu/) as one of the Noteworthy designs. EduStyle features the award-winning websites on their homepage along with comments from viewers. To read reviews and see the website display, visit http://www.edustyle.net/.
Denver Seminary's redesigned web site, which launched September 25, 2007, was designed by Mark Priestap of DesignWise Studios and developed by Monk Development (http://www.monkdevelopment.com/). Oversight of the project was handled by Denver Seminary's Director of Communications, DJ Turner, who works in the Advancement Office. Turner said the goal of the new design was to "provide an aesthetically pleasing web presence that better reflects who Denver Seminary is, while at the same time making it easier for visitors to find information."
To read a Q & A interview with DJ Turner and EduStyle creator Stuart Foss on the Denver Seminary website overhaul, click http://www.edustyle.net/article/noteworthy_denver_seminary_200711/. This interview is the first of any kind to be featured on the EduStyle website.
Denver Seminary seeks to glorify God by equipping leaders to think biblically, live faithfully and lead wisely for a lifetime. Founded in 1950, Denver Seminary is an interdenominational, evangelical graduate seminary serving men and women from around the world. In its 57 year history, the seminary has gained the reputation as one of the top twenty schools in size among accredited, graduate-level seminaries in the U.S. and Canada and is accredited by the Association of Theological Schools and the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Currently, more than 900 students are enrolled in our Master of Divinity, Master of Arts, and Doctor of Ministry degree programs. For more information about Denver Seminary, please visit http://www.denverseminary.edu/.