Ministry of Education and Culture
January 20, 2010
New design, fast search, Search Engine Friendly URLs, accessibility, and 20 000+ articles

New design, user-friendly interfaces


Information, information and more information. In the nineties, government-related and ministry homepages had only a few hundred articles to publish. On different education- and culture related topics, the Ministry of Education and Culture provides more than 20 000 articles (including archive text contents preserved by the Ministry’s former predecessors), not to mention the documents, photos and videos related to the articles.


Visitors arrive with most different aims and questions:

  • Where do I find information about regulations related to public education?
  • What rules apply to graduation exams?
  • Where do I find current higher education tenders?
  • Where can I download evaluation programs and schedule regarding the current school term?
  • Which are the current job tenders?


These are only a few from the lots of question that visitors have arriving to the Ministry site. Our design was built to help navigation and keep the most topics just one click away.




We have retained the most popular features:

  • Perspicuous, horizontal head menu
  • multilevel navigation on the left side
  • accessibility
  • RSS feeds
  • dedicated page for tenders and detailed search.


Extras and new functions:

  • Search Engine Friendly URLs, e.g.
  • Bigger photos and font size; easy-to-read font types
  • Fast search with suggestions as you type above the head menu
  • Information sections viewable without page-reload (Tenders, Links, Current Programs) on the main page and on startpages of the main menus
  • Links and interactive features visible without page reload (European Union, Newsletter, etc.)
  • Quick navigation bar at the bottom of the main page



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Fast search


It is sufficient to type only 3 characters; the fast search finds and shows the most relevant 5 matches immediately. The system scans all the articles including their metadata and provides results in a blink of an eye. Relevancy of objects will be determined by occurrence frequency, occurrence spots (e.g. in titles, introduction fields, subtitles etc.), and content currency (time of last update). Certainly, the former search is available as well – and what’s more, in a faster edition.