NEW YORK -- John Wiley & Sons, a New York-based publisher of educational materials, has tapped Razorfish to develop an online version of its leadership assessment resource, a tool that helps individuals assess their skills and potential as a leader.
As a part of the assignment, Razorfish will build an online application that offers test administration and results, profiling, aggregate reports, score comparisons, customized feedback reports and online purchasing. The New York-based interactive shop will be responsible for developing the technology platform, visual design and site content.
The online tool is expected to launch by fall 2002. The budget for the project was not disclosed.