Case Study: Zaytuna College - An Invitation to a Great Tradition

Zaytuna College was established in 2009, in Berkeley, California, on the foundation of a thriving community of learning that had been exploring the Muslim classics for over a decade and on best practices from across academia. The College launched with a mission to produce God-conscious learners who are conversant in both past and present, through a liberal arts education.

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Site Architecture & Style Guide

Site architecture is the way you organize and structure your website pages. It affects how users and search engines can navigate and understand your website. A good site architecture should be logical, intuitive, and user-friendly. It should also help your website rank well on search engines by making it easy for crawlers to index and access your content.


Mega Menu


Mobile-friendly Design

Subtemplate with video player

Event Calendar


Image Card Subtemplate

Event Post

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Landing Pages

Landing pages for college are web pages that are created to attract and convert prospective students who are interested in a specific major, program, or degree offered by the college. They are designed to provide relevant and compelling information about the college and its benefits, and to persuade the visitors to take a desired action, such as requesting more information, applying online, or scheduling a visit. Landing pages for college are different from the main website of the college because they have a single focus or purpose, and they usually have fewer links or distractions that might take the visitor away from the main offer.