The University's Web Development Framework
Develop robust websites with branding, accessibility, security, and flexibility. Built by campus, for campus through Arizona Digital.
What is Quickstart?
Arizona Quickstart is the result of developers across campus collaborating together in the Arizona Digital working group to bring a shared resource to campus that meets the most common needs of diverse units united behind one brand and embracing the challenges of security and accessibility.
Quickstart was built so that you can focus on the actual purpose of your website: making your desired actions easier, whether that action is enrolling, engaging, donating, or using your services.
- UArizona Branded
- Mobile Responsive
What brings you to Quickstart today?
Who's using Quickstart?
Our flagship site: Arizona.edu!
- College of Applied Science & Technology (AZCAST)
- College of Architecture, Planning & Landscape Architecture
- College of Medicine
- College of Science
- College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
- College of Veterinary Medicine
- Eller College of Management
- James E. Rogers College of Law
- R. Ken Coit College of Pharmacy
- W.A. Franke Honors College
- Wyant College of Optical Sciences
Plus hundreds of other labs, conferences, offices and programs.
“Together we accomplish so much more than any one team could on its own, and Quickstart enables so many others to stand-up excellent, brand aligned, and secure websites.”
Darcy Van Patten
Chief Technology Officer
University of Arizona
"Quickstart promises to help us create attractive, accessible, and easy-to-navigate websites for more than thirty units – and to do so quickly."
John Paul Jones III
Don Bennett Moon Dean
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
“With Quickstart, your project doesn't start from scratch today, it started three years ago! You're able to kick off with all of the branding, accessibility and user experience built in.”
Director of Digital Marketing
University of Arizona
Upgraded Text Editor
Our standard text editor is getting its first major upgrade since Quickstart 1 was first released in 2016. The WYSIWYG text editor, which is used almost everywhere that you create content, will be upgraded from CKEditor 4 to 5.
This may cause minimal, unexpected visual differences the next time you edit your pages. It will be important to review your pages when making changes.