I recently worked with a web publisher who was interested in the event content type, but wasn’t sure if it could meet their content requirements. I talked them through the content type’s layout, behaviour and also the different options for creating an event overview page.
We have recently launched an update to the widget which pulls staff research activity data from the Pure system and enables it to be published dynamically on University web pages like staff profiles. This update brings in a selection of new features and a revamped interface.
The University of Edinburgh is in the process of carrying out a Web Estate Audit to better understand our online presence, and the project is now moving on to its next stage.
When working on structural changes to your website, mindmaps are one useful method to help plan your way forward.
I’ve recently had a few support clinic attendees asking for a whistle-stop tour of usability testing, so this post shares the resources and recommendations I’ve been giving out.
The University provides access for staff and students to a wealth of online learning through Lynda.com. I’ve been working my way through much of the UX provision and can strongly recommend a playlist I compiled of sessions by Chris Nodder.
I’ve decided to instate a new mailing list for University Google Analytics users. This comes as a response to a number of interface changes recently instated by Google, and feedback received from our regular training course attendees.