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What would you click?

Aimee Bullinger... -- Fri, 12/05/2014 - 10:46am

Our team is currently working on a mobile version of the University's websites. It's been a lot of planning, testing, reorganizing, and conversation so far, but we're really starting to see some progress. The goal is to have everyone's sites mobile in early 2015.

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Goodbye/Hello Amy Windsor

Aimee Bullinger... -- Tue, 10/29/2013 - 7:11am

I am pleased to announce that Amy Windsor (A-Dubs to most of you) has applied for and accepted a new position on the Web Team—social media strategist. Her new role will be to build online communities, capture and engage new audiences, coordinate viral campaigns and targeted online outreach programs to promote brand awareness and drive key audiences to the University through social media.

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Web Team update

Aimee Bullinger... -- Mon, 10/28/2013 - 1:16pm

As many of you know, we lost our exceptional trainer, Lisa, back in August. She returned to her prior post as a kindergarten teacher. We miss her and wish her all of the best! Lisa built the foundation for a strategic, accessible, and no-nonsense training program that we will gladly move forward.

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Now we're rockin & rollin'!

Aimee Bullinger... -- Wed, 07/24/2013 - 2:04pm

Congrats to all of the round two site ambassadors who have completed training! Applause all around!

You're rounding the bases, and home plate is in sight. All of the work you did beforehand with your content in Word is paying off now. You should be able to copy and paste the majority of your site into the new template. 

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The importance of headings

Aimee Bullinger... -- Fri, 04/19/2013 - 10:38am

As we launch more and more sites, we've noticed that people are struggling with the use of headings. We know this is a foreign concept to many of the new ambassadors, but it is extremely important. So, we thought we'd share a bit of info here to explain how and why they are used.

So, what's a heading?

Headings are used to hierarchically organize the design and the content of a Web page. Heading structure is important not only to present a clear structure on your page, but also in consideration of those using text readers and the search engines. 

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