Rebuilding a University Homepage to be “Responsive.” Twice. In Less than a Year. Erik Runyon, Manager of Interactive Development, University of Notre Dame Eric Runyon @erunyon from Notre Dame will be “covering responsiveness because it hasn’t been done this year.” He asked “…anybody remember how
Websites Featuring User-Created Content in Drupal Dwight Nagy, Assistant Director of Web Communication, The College of Wooster Dwight Nagy at Wooster is telling us about his Drupal 6 deployment of Wooster Headline News WHN. WHN | Wooster Headline News What began as a text only daily
Web Accessibility: 30 Tips in 45 Minutes Terrill Thompson, Technology Accessibility Specialist, University of Washington Here are the tips: 1. Add ALT text to web pages and documents. Most people forget to describe the image effectively. 2. Use headings properly. Most people forget h1 tags
Securing the Open Source CMS Doesn’t Take a Dissertation Chris Wiegman, Web Developer, St. Edward’s University We are talking about protecting the brand not just the data. Open source does not mean amateur. Yet open source CMS systems are not designed to keep critical dates
How UW-Milwaukee redesigned for the LAST time John Mills, Digital Designer, University of Wisconsin-Milwauke Sounds final. You know what they say, “never say never.” He sees what he does as being at the center of the combination art, science, and philosophy. 30k students. Centralized infrastructure
Mobile is so 2011. Make all your campus sites & apps look great on any device. Brett Pollak, Director, Campus Web Office, UC San Diego They are a mix of designers and engineers and run Hannon Hill CMS. 29k students. Most majors in social sciences.
Your CMS is the Elephant in the Room Jeff Abuzzahab, Web and Multimedia Lead, University of Minnesota Jeff Abuzzahab is going to tell us about the elephant in the room. Downton Abbey = HigherEd “don’t rock the boat.” Put people first and then content –