A new look for 2020

We're excited to reveal that in 2020 we'll be launching a new look website.

The current design of our site was initially launched in 2011. Since then the look has evolved, and we've added lots of new functionality (CoursePack Creator, online case submission, product reviews - to name a few), but 2020 will see the launch of a brand new website designed with customer feedback in mind.

What's new?

Responsive and accessible, the new website is optimised for all devices. So if you're ordering a case, booking a place on a workshop, entering a case competition, or simply browsing information about the case method, you'll be able to do so quickly and easily from your mobile, tablet or computer.

Designed with all customers in mind, the new site will move away from sub-sites for educators, students, programme administrators and corporate customers. Once logged in, each individual will see customised  information and functionality.

We know that your time is precious, so we've focused on getting you to where you want to be on the site more quickly. You'll find improved navigation and clearer call to action signposting.

All this with a cleaner, more dynamic look.

We need you!

In the coming months we'll be rolling the new site out to a group of customers to beta test. If you'd like to be involved please send an email to Antoinette, our Media and Systems Development Manager.

A sneak preview

To whet your appetite here's a sneak preview of our new homepage. We hope you like it!

The Case Centre's new website on a PC, tablet and mobile

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