Grish Art Unveils LIRA Website for Erasmus Plus Project
At Grish Art, we’re excited to announce a groundbreaking project that has allowed us to collaborate across borders and empower international partnerships. We’ve had the privilege of designing and developing the LIRA (Living in a Rural Area) website—a platform dedicated to the Erasmus Plus student mobility project, across 2021 and 2022.
The LIRA website represents a unique intersection of education, technology, and international cooperation. As part of the Erasmus Plus project, our goal was to create a platform that would serve as a hub for the project’s four international partners, France, Spain, Italy, and Portugal.
Grish Art’s approach to the LIRA website was rooted in accessibility and empowerment. We wanted all partners involved in the project to have not only access but also the ability to edit and contribute to the platform effortlessly. Through our meticulous design and development, the website was transformed into an intuitive space that encourages collaboration, information sharing, and project updates.
The LIRA website is more than just a digital space; it’s a window into rural life across different countries. It features rich multimedia content, including photos, videos, and articles, showcasing the unique experiences of students involved in the Erasmus Plus project. The platform brings rural areas to life, fostering a sense of connection and cultural exchange. Grish Art also created an e-book which presented the images and experiences from the students’ perspective, which was subsequently uploaded to the Erasmus Plus portal as evidence of the project’s successful completion.